Interviewing for a job interview can be nerve wracking, but one of the best pieces of advice i've gotten about interviews it that you are interviewing the company as much as they are interviewing you. You have to make sure the company is a right fit for you.
someone on Reddit posted the Question:
Here are some of the responses:
- "I once interviewed for a company that said they'll be holding onto my passport and my university degrees as long as I work there. While I had heard of such instances, I also knew it's against the law."
- "Must be a self-starter" = We won't train you. "Fast-paced environment" = We will overwork you. "Must be able to multitask" = We fired three people and want you to do all their jobs.
- While waiting in the lobby for my interviewer to come out, a man flung the work area door open as he was screaming and literally sobbing about the place being worse than hell. It was like a red flag factory exploded in my face.
- If they say, "It's like a family here", they mean "the drama is unbelievable and yes, it gets very personal".
- If they say that over time is expected. That just means they are under staffed and you will be putting a lot many hours you are not getting paid for.