What is your current employer doing better than we are? I work in marketing so I had to answer based on my research done prior to interview. I was so happy I did a ton of research/comparison before going in.
I answered truthfully/directly, and the recruiter appreciated my candidness. The question did catch me off guard, as I haven't been asked that before. I'm not opposed to being asked though... it's an efficient way to get those sort of things out in the open.
To be honest, this is a confusing question. What exactly were they trying to get out of you? Whether you had to be fined for something in the past?
Since it’s a regulated company you have to have a stable financial past. No credit issues, bankruptcies, bounced checks...
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They also do a credit check as part of the hiring process.
I talked about my experience, vision for the company, etc. Then they asked me if I could work in a diverse environment as a Christian. For the record, I'm a citizen of the Cherokee nation by birthright, with Laotian refugee relatives on my mom's side, including several Buddhists and a gay uncle thrown in for good measure. But regardless, it's illegal to ask someone about their religion, just like it's illegal to ask about race, or if someone plans to become pregnant.