Answered by Kate, Hiring Expert at ADP, on Tuesday, July 3, 2018
Hello and thanks for reaching out for advice on the interview process. Second and third round interviews, generally, are with peers of your manager, senior level and/or individuals who will be your peers. Hiring managers want the opinions of all those who will work with you to ensure your the right fit within the team and have the drive, motivation, skills and willingness to learn. Usually the final interview is with a senior-level who usually has the final say on the hire. The questions vary - most companies have interview guides that all interviewers should use but not all interviewers use them. They'll ask you about yourself, your skills, your employment history, how you work with others, etc. Be sure to know lots of information on the company and role and why you want to work for the company and be in that role! Good luck!