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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.
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.
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.
Future Googlers should be thrilled they don't have to answer these interview questions anymore.
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.
Your interviewer will likely assess your personality and soft skills during the interview, even if you don't realize it. Questions like "If you were an animal, what would you be and why?" may seem frivolous — but they have a purpose.
Interviewers sometimes ask trick questions that get you to reveal information you may have been trying to conceal. Keep reading for 21 tricky questions you might face in your next interview — and for some expert advice on how to answer them.
When it comes to hiring someone to look after your children, being vague won't help you in the long run. Get specific and borrow these questions when it comes time to interview your next babysitter or nanny.
An executive coach says practically everyone forgets to ask the job interview question that exposes a big red flag
Among the job interview questions for the hiring manager, include something about the company's approach to professional development. If there isn't a culture of regular feedback on employees' performance and goals, that could be a red flag.