man(Who is Steven? Steven – Human Resources Professional seeking Senior Human Resources Generalist role)

Terry: Do you have any questions for me?

Steven: Yes.  I want to know in this particular position, I know HR you’re responsible for a lot of different things, but usually a few things take up the bulk of your day to day.

What would you say in this position is the bulk of the day to day?

Terry: That’s a question I’ll have to defer to the actual hiring manager because I couldn’t tell you, but that’s certainly a question I would ask them when you’re in touch with them.

I have told them that I will give them a heads up on the questions that each of the candidates do have so I’d be happy to take down any additional questions you may have so I can pass that on to them.

What other questions would you have for me or for them?

Steven: I would just ask what would be the biggest challenges in this role?  What would be the most essential skill set that you would be looking for?

Right now, I think those are the only questions I have.

Terry: Great.  Anything else before we wrap this up that we should talk about, in terms of questions you may have for me or anything else we should talk about?

Steven: Not at this time.

Here’s how I would rate this answer . . .

Q10. Do you have any questions for me? – STEVEN QUICK RATING – C

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