When preparing for a job interview, it's easy to spend so much time practicing answers for questions and make sure that you prepared well for right questions. There are some questions that you should never ask in job interview.
When can I expect a raise?
This is another revealing question, "Those who ask this show that money is their primary motivator". Employees earn raises through hard work - not time. The best candidates know this and are willing to work for advancement.
How many hours am I expected to work? or Am I expected to work on the weekends?
"This question says a lot about a candidate's priorities," says de Haaf. "The interview is your place to shine and show why you're the best person for the role. Since the most successful workers are great at time management, you should be confident that you can prioritize to get the job done. "It also tells the interviewer that you're only interested in doing the bare minimum, de Haaf adds. So try to avoid questions about hours, paid time off, and sick days.
When will I be promoted?
This is one of the most common questions that applicants come up with, and it should be avoided, Instead of asking when the promotion will occur, Try to answer them this way what you would need to do to get a promotion.
How much vacation time will I get?
If you want to give the impression that you're more interested in time off than working, ask this question. Otherwise, save it until after an offer has been extended, recommends Cathleen Faerber, managing director of The Wellesley Group, an executive search company.
What do you think are my chances of getting this job?
Any indication that you are not 100% confident that you are the perfect candidate for the job, will leave the employer with a poor impression of you.