Why Burger King's CEO isn't impressed by smartness

Why Burger King's CEO isn't impressed by smartness

Whilst it may be more convenient to ask the same old interview questions, sometimes, they only scratch the surface in getting to know your candidates.

That’s why it’s always interesting to find out what the top dogs in business are asking their potential employees.

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  • Richard
    Fri, 16 Feb 2018 1:58pm GMT
    Surely the correct answer to "are you smart, or do you work hard" would be, "they are not mutually exclusive", but perhaps that is too smart-ass.

    It's a false dichotomy, oh poo, no job for me, I used a big word! :P

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