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That is how Elon Musk is aware of that a candidate is mendacity in an interview

The Tesla CEO has demonstrated his tactics in recruiting new employees.

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February
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Adding new employees to a work team usually needs to be resolved intelligently, especially when starting your business. On the other hand, we will always want to know how great business people handle it.

In this context, Elon Musk, founder of Tesla and SpaceX, asks his candidates a few questions to find out if they can solve problems and if they are lying. The employer explains that it will be very difficult for applicants to keep their testimony consistent if they don't answer the first question honestly.

According to CNBC, the Mughal is asking his aspirants to tell him about one of the toughest problems they had to solve or face in their life and how they managed to overcome it.

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According to the employer, the people who solved the problem know exactly how they did it and can describe the small details. However, if you lie, you cannot tell your story convincingly.

It is important to remember that Musk, who unveiled his method at the 2017 World Government Summit, does not require a candidate to have a university degree or degree, but rather to look at the accomplishments he has in his Has achieved life.

Although he revealed it in 2017, Musk is true to his method because if we remember looking for engineers for the Berlin Gigafactory in November 2020, he added the resume on his Twitter and described some of the toughest problems they solved and exactly how they did.

When submitting your resume, describe some of the toughest problems you solved and exactly how you solved them

– Elon Musk (@elonmusk) November 6, 2020

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