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Most candidates spend hours refining their CVs and practising probable interview questions when seeking a new job. However, how you respond to his unique ‘salt and pepper exam’ is more essential to one manager than your talents and experience. 

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Bosses use unique interview tactics for employees 

One Reddit user recently stated that his former employer used to base an entire interview outcome on what they referred to as the ‘salt and pepper’ test. “A company I used to work for conducts all-day interviews with multiple people, with one of them always being a lunch interview. I heard about a guy who made his entire decision based on whether or not the individual he was interviewing tested their food before reaching for salt, pepper, spicy sauce, and so on.”

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“If you didn’t try your food first, you didn’t get a pass from him,” an employee wrote on Reddit about his former boss’s interview method.

This has to be one of the most perplexingly strange situations anyone has ever witnessed, making them ponder how idle the guy must have been. 

According to The Mirror, the former employee wasn’t sure why his ex-boss was preoccupied with the ‘salt and pepper’ test, but he believed it had something to do with gauging a person’s readiness to try anything without prejudging it. “Glad I didn’t interview with him because I pretty much always add pepper to stuff,” the Reddit user continued. 

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This has to be one of the most perplexingly strange situations anyone has ever witnessed, making them ponder how idle the guy must have been. 

Here’s what some other people do

According to The Mirror, the former employee wasn’t sure why his ex-boss was preoccupied with the ‘salt and pepper’ test, but he believed it had something to do with gauging a person’s readiness to try anything without prejudging it. 

“Glad I didn’t interview with him because I pretty much always add pepper to stuff,” the Reddit user continued. 

Trent, who left Xero Australia in September 2021, previously discussed his tiny interview process on the company podcast The Venture with entrepreneur Lambros Photios. 

“I will take you for a walk down to one of our kitchens, and somehow you always end up walking away with a drink,” he revealed on the show in 2019. “Then, as we return to the interview, one of the things I always look for at the end is, does the person doing the interview want to carry that empty cup back to the kitchen?” 

You can develop your skills, knowledge, and experience, but it all comes down to mindset,” he concluded. 

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