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“Initiative Interview Questions and Answers will guide us now that initiative is a petition signed by a certain minimum number of registered voters can force a public vote (plebiscite) on a proposed statute, constitutional amendment, charter amendment or ordinance, so learn more about the Initiative interview questions with the help of this Initiative Interview Questions with Answers guide”



33 Initiative Questions And Answers

2⟩ Tell me what do you do in your spare time?

Interviewers ask this question to see if your activities and hobbies might help the company and to get an idea of what kind of person you are outside your work life. Describe any volunteer work you do and any hobbies or interests that might relate to the job in some way. Stick to active hobbies, such as playing sports, carpentry,gardening, etc. Avoid mentioning inactive and non-creative activities such as watching television.

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10⟩ What things you do outside of work?

► Travelling.

► Foreign languages.

► Football.

► Winning any competitions i.e. chess, karate.

► Running marathons.

► A member of any societies or charities.

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11⟩ Which five words would be describe you?

These should be your transferable skills such as:

► Reliable,

► Punctual,

► Organized,

► Friendly,

► Honest,

► Cooperative,

► Outgoing,

► Easy to get along with,

► Hardworking,

► Energetic,

► Take pride in my work,

► Responsible,

► Respected,

► Dedicated.

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12⟩ What are your long-term career plans or goals?

► I hope to become very good at my job and perhaps take some schooling to become more skilled in my field of work.

► I intend to learn (name of area or skills) very well so that I can be promoted to a higher position in (name skill or department).

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13⟩ Tell me are you bondable?

This question indicates that the job involves working with money or valuable merchandise. Very likely the employer's insurance company requires that only bondable people be hired as a condition of their insurance policy.As long as you do not have a criminal record, and you have not previously been denied a bond, you should answer "yes" to this question.

Caution: If you answer yes when you are not legally bondable it is very likely that the employer will discover this.

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14⟩ What you think of working in a group?

► The advantages of working in a group. Explain how the various individuals in a group complement one another in carrying out certain tasks.

► Give specific examples of your personal experience in a group.

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16⟩ Tell me about your greatest weakness?

Focus on work, not character weakness. Turn it into a positive, I'm accused of being a workaholic. I like to stay and get caught up on the odds and the ends before I go home.

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