My initial interview was with a recruitment staff, who asked me what I know about the company, give example of my strengths and weaknesses and why I will like to work for the company. The next stage was a face to face interview, a little bit informal, but was more of a ice-breaking stage, getting the manager to see if I have what it takes to work for the company. The third stage of the process, was meeting with another manager who based his questions mostly on my work experience, trying to identify what skills I have and where I can apply it within the company. The final stage of the interview was with the sales director, whose questions where mainly based upon my personality, work experience and general view of the business, trying to identify how I would perform in such role, given my skills set.
Most difficult question
What frustrates you most in life?
Read about the company, be honest and show the employer why you think Hilti is the best company to work, Always use the STAR technique when asked a scenario question, do not be shy to let your personality come across, all through the process.
Experiences at the assessment centre
I was asked to give an example of a perfect sale, where the customer has an objection to the price of the product.
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