I disagree with the below, but here is an example of what you can professionally describe as “culture” of a workplace:
Additionally, “culture” is a blanket term for behavior. When the candidate or employee is discussed, rather than the team of company itself, “culture” refers to communication, non-confrontation and ability to work with others.
^ courtesy stackoverflow research.
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To correct what I’ve said yesterday, the 5 ways of finding a career match are:
* live fit (career choices, location, compensation, company size)
* technology fit (candidate’s skills align and candidate has the necessary skills)
* cultural fit (candidate’s acceptance of the company’s management style, situational judgement test, personality test)
* personal fit (do I want to work with him? does he want to work in this team?)
* other factors (a blanket category for red flags and whatever you cannot disclose)
This is a toxic question, but a one that comes up frequently and you have to be prepared to give an answer.
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Answer these to yourself, in preparation for behavioral part of an interview.
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