A job interview offers a company the opportunity to find out if a potential employee would be a good fit for a position. But job interviews work both ways—they also offer applicants a chance to find out if this is a place they would actually want to work. If a job interview goes badly, it can leave applicants wanting to quit before they're even hired.
1.) From chickentenderinos:
Interviewed for a marketing job at a smaller company in oil and gas. I asked about company culture, how laid-back the office is, etc. The lady told me every two weeks, if their sales team meets the quotas, they get to wear jeans on Fridays. She looked at me and smiled and said, with 100% seriousness, "We have fun here." Did not get hired there and glad about it tbh.