5 Interview Red Flags for Potentially Toxic Employers

When you’re in the middle of the job hunt, it’s easy to lose sight of the fact that you are also trying to find the best fit in both culture and function for your skill set and personality. Consequently, it is critical to seize every chance you get to assess if the company, team and position are good matches for your skills, goals, needs and career path. Even if you take advantage of every opportunity, it can be difficult to gauge how good of a fit a position and company will ultimately be. However, there are interview red flags that clearly indicate that there could be trouble ahead if you know where to look for them.

When interviewers are shining the spotlight on you to provide the “right” answers during a job interview, it can be difficult to focus on your responsibilities to yourself. This is especially true if you’re excited about the opportunity. Consequently, most candidates end up only focusing on demonstrating their own experience and skills, so interview red fags can go largely unnoticed. This can cause professionals to jump into a position that isn’t right for them and regretting it.

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