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Tricky interview question(s) – How did you make time for this interview? Where does your boss think you are right now?

Interview question(s)that are designed to trick you. ( HOW DID YOU MAKE TIME FOR THIS INTERVIEW? WHERE DOES YOUR BOSS THINK YOU ARE RIGHT NOW? )….Why do they ask this? What makes it tricky? What response are they looking for?

Why do they ask this? Hiring managers want to find out if your priorities are in the right place: current job first, interviews second. “They know that the habits you follow now speak to your integrity and how you will treat your job at their company should you undertake a future job search,” Taylor says. “They also want to know how you handle awkward situations where you cannot be truthful to your boss. Ideally your interview is during a break that is your time, which is important to point out.”

What makes it tricky? The implication is, “How is it searching for a job behind your boss’ back?” For most employed job seekers, it’s uncomfortable to lie about their whereabouts. So they’re vague and treat it like any other personal matter they handle on their time.

What response are they looking for? It’s wise to explain that you always put your job first, and schedule interviews before or after work, at lunchtime, during weekends if appropriate, and during personal time off. If asked pointedly, “Where does your boss think you are right now?” be vague. Don’t say: “I took a sick day.” Instead, Taylor suggests you try something like: “My boss understands that I have certain break periods and personal time — he doesn’t ask for details. He’s most interested in my results.”

SOURCE: Business Insider

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