The Best Interview Questions (and the worst answers courtesy of Ron Swanson)
 

The Best Interview Questions (and the worst answers courtesy of Ron Swanson)

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Have you ever found yourself Google-ing, "what is the best interview question"? Well look no further, Hireology has just the answer. Click through the SlideShare below for five of the most effective ...

Have you ever found yourself Google-ing, "what is the best interview question"? Well look no further, Hireology has just the answer. Click through the SlideShare below for five of the most effective interview questions. And just for your viewing pleasure, we've included quotes from Ron Swanson of the hit-program Parks and Recreation.

For more interview questions, click here: http://resources.hireology.com/illegal-interview-questions

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    The Best Interview Questions (and the worst answers courtesy of Ron Swanson) The Best Interview Questions (and the worst answers courtesy of Ron Swanson) Document Transcript

    • The Best Interview Questions (and the worst answers courtesy of Ron Swanson)
    • Q: Why should we hire you over any other candidates?
    • “ I work hard to make sure my department is as small and as ineffective as possible. “ :A
    • What motivates you? Q:
    • “ There are only three ways to motivate people: :A Money, fear, and hunger.
    • Q: How would you define “success” when looking ahead to the time you’ll spend here if hired?
    • “ Under my tutelage, you will grow from boys to men. From men into gladiators. And from gladiators into Swansons. “ :A
    • On a scale from 1 - 10, with 10 being the most competitive, how competitive would you say you are? Q: What is the best example of your competitive spirit?
    • “ When I eat, it is the food that is scared. “ :A
    • Q: Can you describe an experience that best demonstrates your persistence?
    • “ :A I’ve been developing the Swanson Pyramid of Greatness for years. It’s a perfectly calibrated recipe for maximum achievement. Categories include: ... Crying, acceptable at funerals and the Grand Canyon. Rage. Poise. Property rights. Fish: for sport only, not for meat. Fish meat is practically a vegetable.
    • Looking for even more interview questions? Click the link in the description below.