When you’re interviewing for a job, you may place a lot of focus on whether you are a good fit for a company’s needs. However, the interview process is also the time to evaluate whether the organization can meet your needs as well. During this process, you want to not only be sure that you’ll be able to perform in the role, but also that the company respects its employees, has a positive company culture, and promotes employee growth. And for many younger employees especially, professional development is key. But how do you know if this employer is investing in employees?
During the interview, you’ll have the best chance to find out just how much a company is investing in employees. When you have the opportunity to ask questions at the end of your interview, that’s the time to find out whether they are the right fit for you. However, getting an honest answer will require more than simply asking, “Do you invest in your employees?” As a result, try asking these strategic questions to determine if this organization truly makes the effort of investing in employees: