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It was a panel interview with two interviewers. One was my department manager Mr.B and the another Mrs.S was from associate service (HR). I was exciting and nervous, though I had passed serveral interviews since I landed in Canada. I wanted to become a full time associate as others. It meaned much to me and my family.
After brief introduction, Mrs. S started firing questions and made notes of my answers. The followings were some of the questions:
- Having worked more than one year in our company, hoe do you understand "a team"?
- Have you participated in any quality, safety or innovation program?
- What kinds of characters do you think team leader should have?
I felt a little bit relax when I answered the above questions. However, I became hesitated when I heard this one:
- What's the most frustrated thing you have met in our company?
I did not know how to cope with this one. My colleagues told me not to say any bad thing about company during interview. Is it a trick question? How do I answer it?＜本文发表于: 相约加拿大:枫下论坛 www.rolia.net/f ＞