Most conservations around job interviews focus on how you can best present yourself to the job, but it's also important that the job presents itself well to you. The workplace on the day of the interview is like as pleasant and friendly as the work place is ever going to be, so it's crucial that they make a good impression.
A Reddit thread asked, "What are some red flags during job interviews that scream “toxic workplace"?" Here are the signs to watch out for, and how to translate all the corporate lingo.
I asked the manager, “What are you most proud of when it comes to your staff?”
They couldn’t think of anything.-carolinatraveler