This morning I think I was subjected to one, where the interviewer wanted to do role play and see how I would respond on the spot to tough questioning from clients. I've also been asked at other interviews how I would handle tough situations where other employees might give me a hard time or even bully me, or even to give away free work.
Is there a polite, professional way to put a stop to these kinds of interviews when they're happening or even decline to participate in this kind of role-play? The fact that these situations go on in real life suggests more about the company, and not in a good way, than the employee.
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