Studies have shown that what we call "luck" often boils down to the ability to notice an opportunity. Being alert, engaged, and creative is what lets you find and create those opportunities that others may have missed. I've never gotten more than $5 from a lotto scratcher, but I'm a very lucky person. Less
I don't believe in luck-I believe in effort!
I always tell myself that luck is where preparation meets opportunity and I get lucky every now and then because I try to always be prepared in case any great opportunity might be passing by Less
Q: How much did you earn in your first job? (which was 7 years ago)
Q: How much did you earn in your 2nd, 3rd job?
Q: Are you married? Where does your husband work? Can you tell me more about his work profile and other details?
The HR asks such questions to know how well the candidate if selected can gel int he team. it is also considered as a back ground check (very briefly).
There are organisation which actually have complete background check to know family details as well.
Still if one wants to come out of the question it can be said that one is not comfortable. Less
It was fun and great to be interviewed by the HR.
The interview process was time taking but the questions asked were relevant. Less
I know people get frustrated when they are not able to crack the job ... but it does not mean we blame other employees or HR..... and as per my knowledge HR just follow the format or set of questions...which they ask everyone.... Less