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How does your difference make a difference?

– Janet Smith, Ivy Planning Group

Smith says, "My goal is to... determine if they are comfortable in their own skin; if they are comfortable talking about their differences — whatever those differences may be. If they aren't, then I know I will not benefit from their diversity."

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Joshua December 11, 2013 | 4:53 PM

My favorite question is Question 16: Where do you like to shop? The added question posted "Where do you like to eat?" is a great question. One position the article hasn't taken is whether you're a rich connoisseur who indulges in spending the employer's dime for your dinner and silly stuff or are you more respectful towards your employer and just will take a dinner that isn't expensive but still has you plenty satisfied and without wasting a dime more than you're expected? In some businesses, when you're traveling a lot, the cost of your meal and you have 3 meals a day - it can add and you might end up spending several thousand more than you were told over a year's time or couple years time that could have been easily spent on some product your employer wanted to buy but doesn't have it in the budget because you spent their money on frivolous stuff. Now how you answer that is up to you, but depending on the person a question like this could throw you off especially if you're a big spender.

c t frank August 27, 2013 | 7:44 AM

Do they ask these questions for minimum wage jobs?

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