Most people approach job interviews with the knowledge they'll be assessed for their suitability as an employee.
But the reality is, job interviews go both ways. The interviewer and company should receive as much questioning and scrutiny as the potential employee does.
It can be hard to remember that, when we're simply trying to survive, but looking out for red flags in a potential workplace can save us a world of grief.
In one interview I was enthusiastically assured that overtime wasn't an issue, but if you pick up an extra shift they pay in gift cards so that it saves you on taxes.
I know they're trying to save themselves employment taxes and time and a half, they're not doing me any favors. I declined their offer.
When I mentioned a company's dismal Glassdoor evaluations, they became so enraged that they ended the interview. Well, I suppose I escaped that danger.