Generally, after every interview, the interviewer always asks you if you have any questions to ask back.

Job Interview, Work, Job, Employee, Employment

This is your moment to shine and showcase that you are the person with the right mindset. Don’t worry if your interview didn’t go as per plan, or not well at all.

This is a great opportunity to display that you are the right person to be hired.

Here are set of questions you can ask:

Question to ask aboutPlace to write answer
Can you give brief introduction about Product?
What is the tech stack being used in Project?
What is the expectation from the role for which hiring is being done?
Short Term and Long Term work plan of the project for which I am being hired?
* Are we writing New functionalities and features?
* Or handling Scaling?
* Or Refactoring to the new architecture
* Or integration with other teams
Do we work on our project only or to complete functionality, we work across projects (in projects which belong to different teams)?
What is the Current Team Structure?
Is our complete team co-located or do we have a team in other countries?
How many backend services do we have?
How many front-end services do we have?
How do we monitor our services?
Where are logs stored?
Do we have a proper build pipelines setup?
How many times do we release per month?
What is our Sprint cycle look like?
How the company is ensuring that employees are learning new technologies?
* Hackathons
* Day of Learning
What worries you when you are hiring?
Promotion Process
Rating Process at end of year
What is above-expectation work for him?
Above Expectation increments and bonus
Meeting Expectation Work increments and bonus
Work life balance:
* Are we agileTypical office hours
* Meetings after office hours
* Do we have Flexible working hours
Work from home policy

Rakesh Kalra

Hello, I am Rakesh. I have more than 15 years of experience working on IT projects, where I have worked on varied complexity of projects and at different levels of roles. I have tried starting my own startups, 3 of those though none of it were successful but gained so much knowledge about business, customers, and the digital world. I love to travel, spend time with my family, and read self-development books.

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