An interesting addition to our killer interview questions collection: What will your employer think when you say you're leaving?.
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Social analytics software company CEO Kristin Muhlner tells Business Insider that this question can open up several potential lines of inquiry. If you say your employer will make a counter-offer, you're implying that you're valuable — but also that you may not be truly interested in the job you're applying for. If you say they won't be surprised, it implies that you've already been complaining. One potentially useful reply Muhlner suggests: note how much your customers will miss you.
How would you answer the question?
Here's The Tough Interview Question One Tech CEO Always Asks [Business Insider]