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An organizational psychologist has a sneaky job-interview question to figure out what it’s really like to work somewhere

Be sure to ask interview questions about company culture, like what happens at this organization that wouldn't happen anywhere else.
Wow the hiring manager with your interview questions.

A Wharton professor and organizational psychologist has a simple question for job candidates to turn the tables on their interviewer

Among the more impressive interview questions to ask the hiring manager is, "If you could change one thing about this organization, what would it be?"
Ask job-specific interview questions instead.

A 22-year-old job seeker’s viral ‘stress interview’ illustrates exactly why even big-name companies such as Google are moving away f...

Interview questions designed to trick job candidates and stress them out are useless — but apparently, some companies are still using this strategy.

16 Google interview questions that were so tough the company eventually banned them

Future Googlers should be thrilled they don't have to answer these interview questions anymore.
"What impact am I having?" asks Justin Angsuwat, pictured.

A former Google HR exec asks job candidates a tough question to figure out how they’ll act ‘when the chips are down’

In almost every job interview he conducts, Justin Angsuwat asks the candidate to talk about a trade-off they've made to uphold a core value.
Tally cofounders Jason Brown and Jasper Platz.

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.
David Steckel, cofounder of Setter.

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.
"I'd much rather bring somebody into the organization that has taken risks and failed than [somebody who] has always taken the safe route," says Traci Wilk (pictured).

An HR exec who’s worked at Starbucks and Coach was recently asked a surprising question by a job candidate that rocketed them to the top of the ...

Consider asking some job-interview questions about how you'll fare at the company, given your relative strengths and weaknesses.
"I'd much rather bring somebody into the organization that has taken risks and failed than [somebody who] has always taken the safe route," says Traci Wilk (pictured).

Starbucks’ former HR exec says a job candidate’s answer to a simple interview question predicts success better than their entire resume

Asking interview questions about challenging work experiences helps Traci Wilk discern whether a candidate is willing to learn from their mistakes.
Beeswax's founders, from left, Shamim Samadi, Ari Paparo, and Ram Rengaswamy.

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.