I said I'd make a thread on this altogether, where we can talk about how to answer questions that might catch people off guard. I think you need to become good at lying to get through interviews. Below are some questions that I need ideas for. How do you adapt your personality to each colleague? If you treat everyone equally then you shouldn't need to adapt your personality to different workers. So if you're treating people differently, it could well mean you're giving someone special treatment. I didn't like this one because if I do adapt my personality to each colleague I deal with, it's a subconscious thing. I'm hardly expected to talk about little nuances that change within my demeanor when I interact with different colleagues?! What changes do you think could be made to the store layout? I would have preferred if he tested me on how well I knew the store layout having walked through it, than being asked about what changes I could have made. Someone would need to study the store for weeks to be in a position to recommend such changes. What did you dislike most about your job? I try to say it's when people don't adhere to health and safety protocols. Any other ideas? A task you were asked to do that you found difficult, and how did you deal with the matter? Tell me about a time you took critical feedback from a manager? Can you give me an example of where you coped with change? Tell me about a tricky situation you were in with a colleague? Tell me about the biggest challenge at your last job?