5.) Do you have any questions? - Deepstash
5.) Do you have any questions?

5.) Do you have any questions?

  • “I understand that this position is advertised as fully remote. Do you anticipate a time when you expect the person holding this position to transition to in-person work?”
  • “Office culture is very important to me, and I wonder how you feel your staff has been handling the transition to remote work?”
  • “If everything goes well with the post-pandemic reopening, what do you think your approach to in-person versus remote work will be in a year’s time?”
  • “How do you think that office culture has changed with the shift to more remote work?”
  • “I love hearing success stories from the past year. I’d really like to hear about a triumph that your team achieved despite the difficulties of the pandemic.”

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