/ Asked by Emilie
Hiring managers, which questions do candidates ask you in interviews that you are most impressed by?
Answered by Ellen, Hiring Expert at Hospira, on Monday, June 30, 2014
I often here hiring managers say questions about the company culture is a good question to ask. They feel that this helps the candidate better understand if the culture would be a good fit for the candidate.

Hope this is helpful.  Good luck! 
Answered by Sharon, Hiring Expert at Mutual of Omaha, on Monday, June 30, 2014
Questions that impress me the most are about culture (what's it like here), innovation (how do we develop our competitive edge), and action-oriented (what will I be expected to do within the first 90 days).

Culture fit is huge and I like to see that a candidate is exploring if they feel they'll fit into our organization or not.

Innovation demonstrate the candidate's interest in how the company reinvents itself. The pace of innovation can be a signal to a candidate that the company my move too slow or at a high speed they desire.

Action-oriented questions tell me a candidate is ready to get to work and wants to know what their job to be done when the get on board will be.
Answered by Siobhan, Hiring Expert at Accenture, on Monday, June 30, 2014
Great question! What impresses me is when a candidate asks knowledgeable questions – showing evidence that she or he has spent time doing research on the company and the available position. To make a good impression with a potential employer, be sure to take the time to properly prepare for the interview, and come ready with some relevant, insightful questions of your own that you can ask during the interview. - Betsy, Accenture campus recruiter
Answered by Dustin, Hiring Expert at HP Inc., on Tuesday, July 1, 2014
One type of question that impress me the most are those that are targeted directly about one of our businesses, products or services. It shows that they took the time and effort to do some research on the front end about our company, products and services. It also is a good indicator about the passion they have for the opportunity and to the organization. 

I also like to get questions about career development, specifically what the role they are interviewing for could lead to next. It shows a candidate has a long term plan and not just looking for job and a paycheck. It also gives some insight into what their potential expectations are from a career progression standpoint.   
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