In an interview, "why did you leave your last company?" is an inevitable question. It seems like a simple question, but it can give the company a general idea of you.
There are all kinds of answers, serious and not serious.
1. Too few girls to find a partner
2. The company went bankrupt
3. The food in the company canteen is not good
4. If the alarm clock doesn't ring in the morning, you can't get out of bed and go to work
5. the company 's holiday benefits are too low
6. Don't quarrel with the company. Catch a cold and leave
7. House demolition, no need to make money
8. Different career plans, looking for a bigger stage
It's too far away. I want something closer
10. Follow your boyfriend to another city
11. No year-end bonus
Don't go to a strange place if your salary is not on time
13. No salary increase in two years
14. No room for ascension
15. The company's management is disordered and the internal strife among colleagues is serious
The boss said he couldn't go on with his work
After reading the above answers, if the applicant wants to answer the reasons for leaving, he must first understand why HR asked this question?
1. Analyze whether candidates conform to corporate culture;
2. Check the stability of candidates;
3. Understand the candidate's life orientation and career development plan;
4. The causes of employee turnover provide reference for retaining employees in the future.
At the same time, in order to answer this question well, we must avoid some questions.
I left my last company not for my own reasons, but because I believe in my ability.
The reason why I left is that I didn't leave during the interview.
3) Don't speak ill of your boss or attack your last company. There can be no negative information. Including: "management is too chaotic", "colleagues fight inside", etc.
4) Don't write your own negative information, such as dishonesty, laziness, lack of responsibility, disunity, etc.
5) This question can't be answered in detail, so HR thinks you are neither right nor right.
So we have to answer export questions carefully. Finally, an additional answer is recommended:
Looking for a bigger stage
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