Could you tell me more about the company and the *** group? (如果他没有主动详细解释)
Is this a newly created position or recently vacated position? How will the new hire fit in the *** group?
Who will this new hire be working with on a regular basis? Or: Who will be the primary business partners of this new hire?
Could you help me better understand the recruiting process? How many rounds of interviews are there? Who will be interviewing candidates, other than you and the hiring manager?
According to your experience, how soon should I expect to hear from him/her?
Would you mind me giving you a call if I don’t hear anything within a week or two?
另外，跟一个hr聊得很开心，所以在onsite的时候问了how many people are competing with me on this round? 也没问题。有些hr会介意这种问题，所以如无把握不要问。
What do you value the most in the new hire? What is the most important for one to succeed in this position? 这个是必问题，因为作为hiring manager，最关心的就是能否招到合适的人，你问这个问题表明你了解他的需要也愿意听听他的期待，是很好的一个互相沟通。
How much would you encourage new ideas? You know, sometimes new ideas mean extra time spent and no return guaranteed.
I have *** skills. From the job description, I think it might be helpful but not quite sure. What is your opinion? 这个是为自己不动声色加分的方法，注意要准备好被问为什么你觉得你的这个skill会有用。
Ask more about the job responsibility: Could you describe a typical day of yours? 或者换个方式问 how much time do you spend on working on your computer, and how much time on talking to other people 诸如此类的。
What kind of people do you like to work with? 记住在他讲完之后抓住一两点表明自己具有他喜欢的特质。
I know you’ve been working here for a number of years. Would you mind sharing your personal experience with the company? What do you like about the company and the xxx team? 最好不要问对方不喜欢什么，最多用委婉一点的说法, what do you feel is the most challenging thing.
Has it been hard to balance work and family life since you joined the company? （对以忙著称的公司就不要问这个了）
Ask about the company’s “big” topics. 做好功课，最好能做一点简单的分析和提出有意义的问题。
Ask about his/her personal experience with the company. 如果对方已经做到比较高的位置，个人经历都不至于太不愉快的，每次问这个问题，对方都很高兴的吹了吹牛。