People are naturally curious whenever they meet anyone new. For most people, our instinct is to try and develop a bond with this stranger. We try to find common ground. Generally, we do this by asking friendly questions to try and learn information about the new person we have encountered. We may ask questions like “Where did you grow up?”, “When did you graduate?”, “Do you have children?” or “Where is your family from originally?” While these questions are all acceptable in our personal lives, if you are interviewing a prospective new employee, these questions can get you into trouble. Read More