Caroline: Nice to meet you, Cindy. I’m Caroline, HRD of the company. Please have a seat.
Cindy: Nice to meet you, Ms. Caroline.
Caroline: From reviewing your resume, I can see that you performed excellently in school.What I want to know is why you think you’re right for this job.
Cindy: I am always interested in news coming from your industry, and I’m deeply impressedby your company’s sales performance. To have risen 200-percent in the domestic market overjust the past three years is an incredible feat. I also admire and agree with the employeedevelopmental values that the company has adopted. I find that my personal goals and ideasabout business operations fit perfectly with the companys goals and mission statement.
Caroline: So you are well aware of our company. It appears that you have done your fairshare of research.
Cindy: Yes, in addition to judging whether I am the right fit for C&C, I believe that its alsocrucial for me to know if this company is right for me. Ive been impressed by the service providedhere by everyone from the receptionist to the assistant. I am confident that I will have a veryrewarding and successful career here.
Caroline: Commitment to the company and the team is very important to us here.
Cindy: I am very responsible. Whenever I have been assigned to complete a certain task, myteacher and classmates could always count on me to achieve the stated task. There is also noneed to remind me of what I should do. I enjoy intermingling and doing things with others.
Q:If you had to stay in your current job,what would you spend more time on?Why?
A:If stay in my current job,I d like to gain more experience in labor negotiating.In particular,I'd like to help negotiate labor contracts,resolve grievances at the step4 level,and prepare grievances for arbitration.My background in all other areas of human resources is strong,and I believe labor relations experience will round out my skills so that I can have the opportunity to move up as a department head or a vice president in the future.