1. What is the name of your profession (position)? Personnel Inspector 2. What is your job and what are your responsibilities? My job is to record personnel, to complete the work on staffing the enterprise with the required professions, specialties and qualifications. 3. What education is required to get your position? This requires a higher education, preferably with a legal or psychological bias. 4. Describe your working day. The working day starts at 8.00. But of course, you need to come to work a little earlier. The requirements for discipline are strict, but you need to accustom yourself to discipline from childhood. Labor activity begins with the reception of visitors on various issues. A lot of time is spent on phone calls. After all, for any questions. Someone wants to get a job, and they call about vacancies. Someone finds out about their vacation, and someone needs to answer about the registration of a pension, etc. In their free time from visitors and calls, personnel documentation is processed, such as: personnel records related to the admission, transfer, or dismissal of employees. 5. How comfortable are your working conditions (all day outside, or in the office with a cup of coffee)? Working conditions are comfortable. The office is large enough and comfortable. Both for the personnel officer and for visitors. 6. What do you like most about your job? The ability to communicate with people, help them in finding employment and consult on personnel issues. 7. What do you dislike most about your job? One cannot but like the work, especially if it is connected with people. 8. If it's not a secret, what is your salary level (is it enough to write whether you are satisfied or not)? The salary is completely satisfactory. 9. Describe your team, what kind of people work with you? The team is quite friendly. Everyone tries to help each other and newcomers. 10. What human qualities, in your opinion, are most important in your business? Ability to quickly and competently solve assigned tasks. Avoid emotional burnout. Communication skills, self-realization. 11. Work gives me additional opportunities (here is everything that work gives you except money, from self-expression and communication with interesting people to the opportunity to visit different countries). Apply psychological knowledge and skills in work, communicate with interesting people. 12. Do you have the opportunity to evaluate your work on a five-point scale, what grade would you give? I rate my work 5. 13. Why did you choose this job? I chose this profession because I like to communicate with people. This job is especially good for me in the sense that I am a psychologist by training. And in this work you can apply your psychological knowledge and skills. 14. What do you think we did not include in the plan and what else would you like to share with us? In my opinion, your questions are enough. You don't need to add anything.