XLR112

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Hello! This message is regarding your application to Truly Madly.

Congratulations on qualifying for the position of Web Developer! Before making a final offer, we like to know exactly, how well a fit for the company's ecosystem you could be.

Would you be up for a short interview ?

Yeah Sure

Good, to start off, why don’t you tell me about yourself and some of your expectations from this job ?

Hey, my name is XLR112. I don’t really like the job I’m in right now. The salary I get is too low for my liking, I would like a better paying job.

Okay, before getting into the details, why don’t you tell me what your current job role is?

I work as a web developer at XYZ.

Okay, besides from a high paying salary, what other expectations do you have from this new job ?

Not much really, my main priority is getting a good salary.

Alright. So what if Truly Madly isn’t able to give you a higher salary then your previous job?

Then I would apply somewhere else, and reject your offer.

Okay, we appreciate you being honest about that one. Swiftly moving on, why don’t you tell me about the most important project you’ve been a part of.

I would have to say the website development project. Our company’s website.

What was the most important lesson you learnt while working under this project?

This project was very team-based. The one thing I learned about myself was that I work better when alone.

Collaboration and team building are some of the values Truly Madly promotes. What is you had to work in a team for a certain project, would that be fine with you?

Yes that would be fine, but I prefer working alone.

Okay, tell me about the last achievement you made, at work, which really boosted your confidence.

I won a dance competition at our office party. A lot of my friends got certificates and awards, but I was happy with my dance medal. That helped my confidence.

Oh, I see, you have a knack for dancing. How did the other people in the office feel about this achievement of yours?

My peers were happy for me, but I don’t think the boss was that impressed with a dance achievement. I didn’t really care about impressing the boss either.

I see you’ve grown quite hostile towards your boss. Do you intend to carry these feelings into a new job setup?

No, I try not to let those previous experiences affect me.

You mention previous experiences, please go into more detail.

I once had a verbal argument with one of my colleagues regarding some overtime work which I had done, and wasn’t paid for, the boss decided to take my colleague’s side, and I ended losing pay.

That sounds horrible! Well, that’s all have time for right now. Thanks for your cooperation, I’ll get back to you with further steps on how to proceed. Do you have any questions?

No

Alright, thanks ____, have a good day!