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Tricky interview question(s) – Have you ever been asked to compromise your integrity by your supervisor or colleague?

Interview question(s)that are designed to trick you. ( HAVE YOU EVER BEEN ASKED TO COMPROMISE YOUR INTEGRITY BY YOUR SUPERVISOR OR COLLEAGUE? TELL US ABOUT IT )….Why do they ask this? What makes it tricky? What response are they looking for?

Why do they ask this? Your prospective boss is evaluating your moral compass by asking how you handled a delicate situation that put your integrity to the test, Taylor says. “They may also dig too deeply to test your level of discretion.” Essentially they want to know: Did you use diplomacy? Did you publicly blow the whistle? Did a backlash ensue? What was your thought process?

What makes it tricky? Interviewers want to know how you manage sensitive matters and are also wary of those who bad-mouth former employers, no matter how serious the misdeed. “They will be concerned if you share too much proprietary information with the interviewer,” she says. “So it is tricky because you must carefully choose your words, using the utmost diplomacy.”

What response are they looking for? It’s wise to be clear, concise, and professional in your answer, without revealing any internal practices of prior employers. “You have nothing to gain by divulging private corporation information.”

Something like this might work: “There was one time where a fellow worker asked me to get involved in a project that seemed unethical, but the problem resolved itself. I try to be as honest as possible early on if a project creates concern for me about the company, as I’m very dedicated to its success.”

SOURCE: Business Insider

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