6 Top Questions to Ask at Interview

4. What is your management style?  

If the recruiter would be your direct line manager, this is a great question to ask, as it will give you a real insight into the most important of your work relationships. A management style which is incompatible with the way you like to work may cause problems further down the line. If in doubt, ask for examples of how you might work together on a project or campaign and what your manager’s level of input would be.  

5. Could you tell me more about the team that I’d be working in? 

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After finding out a bit about your potential future manager, it’s time to ask about the rest of the team. How would you interact with each of them on a daily or weekly basis? It’s a great chance to figure out the skillset of the team and to see who you might be able to learn from. Depending on the recruiter’s answer, you might also be given the chance to talk about how you’ve worked in similar teams in the pastjust to give them that final example of how you’d be ideal for the role.  

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