Where potential employees are concerned, obviously skills are important. Yet we’ve all seen fabulously talented individuals become a team that was far less than the sum of its parts...






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Written by HeatherStone
1616 days ago

Hi Dharmesh,

What a refreshing change from the typical post about unconventional interview questions many of which are, I think, added just for entertainment value and not the kind of thing you'd ever actually ask an employee. These are useful. I think my favorite is the first one. After all, you should always encourage potential employees to evaluate your company while you evaluate them. That way both sides can figure out whether the arrangement is a good fit. Really enjoyed seeing this shared on the BizSugar community.



Written by clickfire
1617 days ago

8. What does, “This parrot is no more!” mean to you?

I'm not sure about asking stuff like this. Nice thought though.



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