PANDEMIC Interview Questions to ask the interviewer by Miss Kaykrizz
In this blog,
- I am going to give you ideas on what to ask the interviewers when its your turn.
- The purpose of this test
- Pointers on how to ace this part of the interview
- Further resources to help you succeed
Im Ruth, and I help aspirants to simplify the complicated cabin crew interviews.
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Asking questions about how your prospective employer navigated the pandemic can tell you a lot about the company culture. Were they flexible and accommodating? Was the AIRLINE COMPANY agile enough to adapt to the changing economy? What will be expected of you and what should your priorities be if you were to come onboard? It's also a great way to demonstrate your genuine interest in the role.
Asses your awareness of the current events
Assess your knowledge on the cabin crew roles and responsibilities.
- flight crew who rise early, stay late and remain alert throughout the flight providing comfort, care and reassurance of the safest travel.
Crisscrossing the country and circumnavigating the globe, these members of the cabin crew come well prepared
and trained for an array of circumstances, most of which could occur at 35,000 feet in the air.
A crisis rarely takes place and as a result, they are able to provide the best midair hospitality available
while making sure we arrive safely at our destination.
Here are a few ideas:
- How did the pandemic affect you and your team?
- How did the cabin crew members adapt to COVID-19?
- How has COVID-19 affected the company culture?
- What impact did the pandemic have on the aviation business?
- How has the pandemic changed the airline company’s goals and priorities?
Bonus: Ask, “How Are You Holding Up?”
This won't always be appropriate, but if you feel like there's an opening, it doesn't hurt to have a genuine human moment during your interview. Chances are, if your interviewer is asking a lot of COVID-related questions, the pandemic is on their mind. “Recruiters and hiring managers are also going through this, so they may be asking COVID-related questions in part because they're still processing the events of the past year,” Emotional intelligence is a very desirable skill, so feel free to demonstrate empathy and compassion—if and when it feels right.
When COVID comes up during your cabin crew interview, remember that this is still a professional interview—and you don't need to bare your soul. “When employers ask these questions, they're trying to determine if you have the traits of a good team member, like grit, resilience, self-reflection, adaptability, and a willingness to learn,”. “When in doubt, tie your answers back to one of those qualities.”
Talking about the pandemic can be tough, but if you know what to expect and are able to get to the root of what your interviewers are asking, you'll get through it.
What do you think is the impact of the pandemic on the aviation business and how can your role as the cabin crew help the airline company?
If you are curious what are the Types of cabin crew interview questions they ask during the interview. I have a full video tutorial about the 3 types of questions you need to prepare for here: It will be on the cards and the description box
Engagement: In the comments please share your favorite question to ask the interviewer when you are on your interview.
Next MONDAY: we will do a commentary video on what is the best airline to work for, in my opinion.
In the meantime, I would recommend for you to check out my video:
My flight attendant journey: The questions I got asked ( & how I answered them)
Where I share the interview questions I got asked when I was applying for the position of flight attendant myself and the different experience I had per airline that I have applied to.
If you want to mentally prepare for your interview and know what the airlines have been doing in the past and how I was able to get my job
Click on the screen right now and watch that video, See you there and I will fly with you soon.