bad cop vibe
Here are the Top Tech Companies’ Secrets to Hiring the Best People
Sarah Cooper

Be careful about making one of your interviewers appear difficult. If they play “bad cop” by continually objecting unnecessarily, the person might not realize it’s an act. Great people look for good teams. When the interviewer appears to be a generally difficult person, great talent will walk away not because they’re “exhausted” but because they want to join a team to focus on value not argueing and politics.

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