Interview Questions
Confidentially

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Brief
Confidentiality in the workplace means keeping sensitive business and personnel matters private (e.g. medical histories, competitive data and salary information.) Good confidentiality skills are important for:

✓ HR professionals who handle sensitive data, from candidates’ resumes to employees’ contracts.
✓ Finance staff who manage compensation packages.
✓ Legal staff who compose and maintain classified documents and agreements.
✓ IT staff who store digital files and manage internal communications and data privacy.
✓ Senior managers who participate in strategic decisions and have access to sensitive corporate and employee information.
✓ Executive assistants who organize managers’ schedules and take minutes during important meetings.Legal staff who compose and maintain classified documents and agreements.
✓ IT staff who store digital files and manage internal communications and data privacy.
✓ Senior managers who participate in strategic decisions and have access to sensitive corporate and employee information.
✓ Executive assistants who organize managers’ schedules and take minutes during important meetings.
Questions

✓ What’s the best way to store historical employee records?
✓ During events and job fairs, when people approach you with questions about the company, how do you know what you are and are not allowed to say?
✓ How would you respond if one team member wanted to know their coworker’s salary?
✓ How do you share confidential documents with your coworkers? What tools do you use if these documents are in digital formats?
✓ What would you do if there was a fire emergency and you had to leave documents with sensitive data on your desk?
✓ You’re talking to a potential customer and they insist on learning your detailed roadmap (e.g. for new products and features.) How do you respond?
✓ During a group meeting, a senior manager asks you to disclose something confidential, like a coworker’s salary information. What would you do if there were people in this meeting who were not supposed to know this information?

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