Asking these interview questions forces people to give you honest answers
from Fast Company
When you ask someone a question, you want a truthful answer. Unfortunately, that's not always what you get, especially in a job interview where a candidate is trying to look good. It's possible to get a person to share less than perfect details, however, if you properly phrase your question, said Eric VanEpps, an assistant professor of marketing at the University of Utah's David Eccles School of Business.
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