One CEO has a question that he asks every candidate, and it makes or breaks the interview: Cats or dogs?
Surprisingly, it is a valid question with a correct answer. Dogs. As a matter of fact, the candidate just has to pay attention to know the correct answer. Cat lovers may slip by if they can defend their choice.
Even with a unique question like that, their company does not have a lot of turnover. Their vetting process is unique and accurate. Only 2 people have willingly left the company, and one returned a few months later.
That begs the question:
What questions should you be asking your candidates during interviews?
The truth is, a good manager or entrepreneur should ask unique questions to learn about the people they hire. There is a lot to attain from that information. If your company has a unique culture, ask unique questions!