Where do you see yourself in five years from now?
Try to connect your future with Genpact. Think about a career path you could take with the company, starting from your entry level job. It can be a path leading to management, consulting, accounting, whatever–the options are nearly endless with this business process management giant.
Show them that you are serious with your intentions, and have some goals–since each responsible employee have them–they help with motivation in tough times.
Why do you want to work for Genpact? (Why do you want to join Genpact?)
Try to learn something about the corporation before you interview for the job. You should refer to something that makes Genpact special. It can be their reputation, the fact that they belong to the list of top 50 employers in the world (in terms of employee satisfaction), it can be what they do, and try to achieve in the company.
Another great answer consists in referring to the recommendation you got from a friend working for Genpact. They said great things about the working environment and the company, and you decided to apply for a job. At the end of the day, with corporation that big, everyone knows at least someone working there.
You can also say that you want to learn a lot, and find the working environment in an international corporation an ideal place to start your career, to interact with people from all kinds of backgrounds and cultures, and to improve both your knowledge and skills. I will also advice you to say why you want to do a particular job with a company (accounts payable, kyc (know your customer) and aml (anti money laundering) specialist, etc).
What do you know about Genpact?
Obviously you can find a lot of information about the company, ranging from factual data (over 100,000 employees worldwide, founded in India back in 1997, the key business areas) to controversy and financial data about the company. The key is to focus on the positives, and find something about the company that resonates with you. At the end of the day Genpact is a huge operation, and they do not expect you to know it inside out before you even start working for the company. Head to their website, check something about the operations and working culture, pick things you find interesting, make notes, and bring them to the interview with you. Showing them that you care and did your research beforehand will only help you in the interview.
In the worst possible case (if you forget everything due to nerves or arrive unprepared to the interview), you can simply say that Genpact is a successful multinational company specializing in professional consulting services related mostly to IT. And who wouldn’t want to work for such a company nowadays, when IT and AI in particular is the biggest buzzword out there?
1 Define Index Hunting. What is it used for in Database Management Systems?
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