For one ex-Wall Street analyst turned tech executive, a good interview uncovers what a person loves — and hates — about a prospective job opportunity.
Christa Quarles is the CEO of OpenTable, an online restaurant reservation company that seats more than 20 million diners each month. The company, owned by the Priceline Group, has generated $45 billion spent at restaurants over the past two decades.
Quarles told CNBC that her favorite question to ask job candidates is two-fold: "What part of this role do you love and you can't stop doing? And what part do you hate doing?"