"Uh . . . no. Well, actually, would I be able to use my vacation time right away?"
Not having any questions shows a lack of interest in the job, as well as in the organization.
As a general rule of thumb, stay away from questions that ask how the organization will serve you.
Dawn Dugan specializes in writing books, articles, white papers, reports and special communications for the human resources industry. She is the co-author of Effective Executive Compensation, which was published by AMACOM in 2008. Read more...