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We asked executives and hiring managers to share the worst responses they have ever received when interviewing job candidates. It wasn't pretty.
Think you've been asked some tricky job interview questions? We've compiled a list of some of the toughest prompts people have faced.
Boxed CEO and cofounder Chieh Huang interviews every job candidate personally, and says he asks them three questions to make sure they're not jerks.
Forget in-person interviews: Companies are turning to phone calls to hire, and sometimes there isn’t even a real person on the line
Healthcare and insurance companies, retailers, restaurants, and law firms are using automated interviews. Some candidates find them impersonal.
The CEO of a startup that just raised $25 million asks every potential hire the same question, and it has nothing to do with work
A company runs smoother when all its employees are aligned with its mission. Jason Brown, the CEO of Tally, has an unusual way of finding that out.
A startup founder who’s raised $10 million has a rule to weed out job candidates who seem a little too good to be true
If you've never failed before, you won't get a job at the home-maintenance startup Setter.
The classic advice to dress for the job you want has a major flaw, and it could make a job interview that much harder
Senior leaders at a company have earned "a huge bank of credibility" to wear whatever they want," one expert told The New York Times.
Former Googlers who run their own tech startup ask candidates 3 questions that seem to have nothing to do with the job
Questions during a job interview don't always have to do with the job itself.
Job interviews are stressful, and sometimes you may not give the best answer to a question. At The Cut, workplace advice columnist Alison Green suggests that the best way to deal with a question you flubbed is to clarify your answer in a thank-you email to the interviewer.
Having a terrible boss is a perfectly understandable reason to want to find a new job. However, at The Cut, workplace advice columnist Alison Green suggests being tactful when describing your old boss during a job interview.