Prepare your interview at the end of the trial period

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Posted on August 18, 2015 at 5:35 pmUpdated Sep 30, 2015, 11:07 a.m.

Think about maintenance from day one

In fact, you have to start thinking about this on-boarding interview the same day you sign your employment contract, even if it still seems far away and other things are worrying you. You therefore have a few weeks to prove yourself. It is therefore now a question of fully understanding the challenges of your position, identifying your skills that made the difference when hiring and mobilizing your ability to integrate you. And, it goes without saying, you have to do the job properly that you are asked to do. This will make you more comfortable answering the questions asked during the interview.

A few weeks to learn

Maintenance at the end of the trial period is not an obligation. It aims to draw up an initial assessment of your integration into the company, whether it is about the tasks that have been entrusted to you, but also about your punctuality, your behavior … You might as well take advantage of the period of try to send positive signals!

Even if you have plenty of time to get to know your colleagues and your boss or department head, remember that this is a formal interview during which you will have to show yourself in your best light and above all prove that you have understood the rules of the company well. In this regard, the employer informed you during an interview and then at the start of your contract on everything that makes up this company, its history, its values ​​and its challenges. If this is not the case, do not hesitate to ask questions, it will also show that you are really interested in this company. And, it will help your end-of-trial interview to go like a formality.

What are you going to talk about?

The meeting with your manager, your boss or the human resources manager will revolve around four themes that, well informed, you will have worked on in advance. You will first be asked about your general impression of the position you hold, then on the position itself and the company’s strategy (nothing prevents you from proposing adjustments if they are coherent), your integration in the team and the behavior of your colleagues. Finally, the question of your future in the company and your possibilities to be even more efficient will be addressed. It is also the moment, if necessary, to discuss the possibility of carrying out training.

As long as you are clear in your words, there is no reason for this to go wrong. If you have noticed any malfunctions in the company, you can talk about it, provided of course that you put the details into it. Always be sure to argue your statements, which should not be a problem since you have had several months to “sharpen your weapons”.

Conclusion

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