IPL Interviews will at times be conducted by a single interviewer or panel, depending on the position and seniority of the position you have applied for. Prepping for these interviews, including the sit down with HR, requires a great deal of thought and negotiating skills. Remember, you are interviewing them just as much as they are interviewing you. Come to the interview fully prepared to answer a wide range of questions and prove that you have what it takes to excel in the position and grow with the company.
The Assessment Center allows a more thorough analysis of job candidates’ professional skills than other methods of assessment. In addition to inviting applicants to take tests and have an interview, employers at the Assessment Center ask them to deliver a presentation in front of other candidates, participate in group and simulation exercises, take part in case studies, and do role-playing. All these activities are designed to measure candidates’ various competencies such as leadership, problem-solving, quick thinking, and teamworking, among others.
Depending on the position that you are vying for you should try to prepare for as many types of questions as possible. Here are a few, you may be asked during the interview at IPL.
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