If you’re interviewing for a job at Tinder, expect to be asked about why you’re leaving your current gig.
It’s not a trick question — hiring managers really want to know why your current role is no longer ideal and why a position at Tinder might be.
Lina Alcala, Tinder’s vice president of human resources, told Business Insider that she listens closely to how job candidates describe current and previous employers and coworkers. She’s looking for people who can “speak to those things respectfully and constructively,” and who are able to be honest about “where things maybe weren’t a fit before.”
Even more importantly, Alcala said, the way a candidate speaks about other employers “gives you insight on how that employee might deal with similar