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Stage 2 interview is with an HR manager, what should I expect?

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Yasmin Mirza

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( 7 months ago )

Apologies if this is the wrong stackexchange to be asking on, its seems right to me.

I am currently going through a multi interview process for a junior level design and web development position, and have passed the first interview and technical assignment. The first interview was with the leader of the team I would be working in, full of task and skill relevant questions, but also had a couple of the more general questions in it.

The second interview will be with the HR manager. I'm assuming firstly that the questions will be more general, but should I expect duplicate questions from the previous interview? Should I change or go more in depth into my responses to the questions I may have answered previously?

What I'm wondering is if anyone has experience of a hiring process like this, is there anything different I should expect with an HR interviewer?

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Kajal Gaur

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( 7 months ago )

An interview with a HR manager will most likely focus less on the technical perspectives of interviewing, and more on the "soft skills", e.g propensity towards team work, feedback handling, general demeanor and such.

When answering questions (it could be some will be duplicated) keep in mind your audience. You're not talking to a tech person, so don't go into unnecessary detail in your answers. Don't assume a "you won't understand anyways" either, though. This is really important.

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