6. What do you dislike the most about working at the company?
Forcing your potential employer to be honest and open up to you can give you great insights into how happy you'll be as one of their colleagues.
7. How was your weekend?
'Yes, really,' said negotiation expert, Jonathan O'Brien. 'Warm and genuine small talk means that you will get to know each other, build rapport and it will make it seem less likely that you are negotiating hard for the best possible package.'
8. What does success look like to you in this role?
Finding out what their ideal candidate looks like can help you to decide if you really are the right fit for the company and whether you are able to meet their expectations.
9. Who will I be reporting in to?
Managers can make or break your happiness at work. It's important to know who your boss-to-be is and whether you can get on with them. It's likely they'll have been in your interview, but it's worth checking the team structure just in case.
10. Can I have this in writing?
Verbal agreements are much less binding than written ones so before you formally accept a position, get all of the final details of your salary and benefits on paper and review them carefully before signing the dotted line.