Seriously?

by Sebastian
(New York )

Wow, this is a wonderfully concise list of how not to interview someone. It's a great method to use to come across to an applicant as a totalitarian pompous ass. Any interviewer who doesn't allow someone to ask questions is a INTERROGATOR, and applicants will be quick to pick up on this. This list is pathetically cliched and would result in a dull, antagonistic, and non-penetrating interview where all you uncover are an applicants prepared and rehearsed responses which are probably as much bull as any of the fluff in their resume. Questions like "what are your weaknesses?" are a joke. No one in their right mind would either claim to have no weakness nor would a self aware or sane person actually list their true weakness to a potential employer. Instead, you will get a rehearsed script trying to spin some made up weakness into a positive "I'm a workaholic" or "I'm a perfectionist."

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