The second interview is usually a way of establishing if the
gut feelings about you are correct and they may bring others into the session in order to get further assessments and opinions prior to confirmation stages.
This is now your time to clarify with the interviewer any areas of doubt about the position you may have had in the past.
- Question suggestions you might want to ask
Has the role changed recently?
In my job role how many people do I report to Why is the company recruiting for this position What has changed You mentioned sick pay – when does the qualification period commence Does your holiday allocation include or exclude statutory holidays You mentioned bonus – could you clarify how your system works How is bonus payable i.e. 1 month in arrears etc? How does your pension scheme work – what does your company contribute What training do you think I would need? I am taking a holiday of X weeks in (date) would that be a problem? What changes are planned for the next 6 months? Where do I fit in to this change?
- If I am fortunate in being accepted – when would I know
Any areas of concern from either you or the client from the first meeting could be resolved at this point it is vital that you display a determination to win this position