“What big issues have you faced at work, and how did you cope with them?” is a standard job interview question while applying for a position.
Pay close attention to the question’s second half. Your interviewer isn’t interested in hearing about how evil your prior boss was or how badly your previous employer’s stock inventory system was set up. It’s your chance to talk about how you deal with hardship and difficulty. This question has the potential to make or destroy your interview.
Describe the Problem and Solution
Prepare yourself. This sort of response usually has two parts, but it can also have three. A problem must be described. You must also demonstrate how you actively, rather than passively, handled the problem. You don’t have to be the one who solved the entire problem, but if you were, congratulations on taking the initiative. Bringing in the proper individuals is often the best and most suitable course of action. In any case, don’t be afraid to inform your interviewer about it.
Sharing your personal philosophy is a third component of addressing this sort of inquiry. Your philosophy might be about your work ethic in general or about difficulties unique to your sector.
Don’t be concerned about coming up with a huge issue. Not everyone has the ability to save a firm from bankruptcy. An issue can be as easy as resolving a disagreement between two coworkers over how to approach a task. What you consider an issue to be and how you choose to address it reveals a lot about who you are as a person.