1. He asked my professional experience and to explain detail about my APAC market exposure
2. Given a situation question and asked how will I work for the requirement expecting only local nationalities Less
Have you ever been convicted of, pleaded guilty or nolo contendere to, or otherwise been found guilty of a misdemeanor or felony offense? (Do not include convictions that have been sealed, erased, statutorily eradicated, expunged or annulled by a court or by a youthful offender adjudication or convictions that resulted in a referral to and participation in a diversion program. Your conviction records will not automatically eliminate you from consideration for employment.)
When I showed initiative, drive and passion, I was told.”So I am sure that everything was not always alright. He then snickered!!!Didn’t you have anything ever go wrong” This was Not a professional question !!!
Yes in my early days when you learn how to search , you make mistakes. You learn how to tweak searches.As a seasoned recruiter
you learn a lot as you progress. At this point in my career, I
am experienced and learned from mistakes I made when I was green and inexperienced. Sure in my profession, we solve problems always, but the basics tools you learn early on.
Inappropriate question, you cannot evaluate skillset by that question. Use behavioral interviewing to target conflict resolution. This is very sad. Due to this person having a bias about my experience being more than his, I was not moved forward. I would have been a valuable asset to the company! Less