Jul 17, 2019 - 11:37 PM
In other words, the interviewing process should be professional, friendly and open. If at any time you feel the interviewer or others at the company are trying to hide information, seem unclear on the company's policies or strategy, or have a bad attitude about the company or their job, then that's something to heed. You should also consider the turnover rate. It is not uncommon for people to take new positions, but if the hiring manager and employees talk about the high rate of turnover, burnout, etc., then that's a red flag that the company's practices or culture could be toxic or the management is poor.
In addition, a company that wants to hire you on the spot may mean the company is desperate to find someone to fill the position and could indicate no one else wanted the job because the position – or the company – is awful.