Remember that if you're coming from a company that's the leader in its field or from a glamorous or much admired company, industry, city or position, your interviewer and his company may well have an Avis complex. That is, they may feel a bit defensive about being second best to the place you're coming from, worried that you may consider them bush league.This anxiety could well be there even though you've done nothing to inspire it. You must go out of your way to assuage such anxiety, even if it's not expressed, by putting their virtues high on the list of exactly what you're looking for, providing credible reason for wanting these qualities.If you do not express genuine enthusiasm for the firm, its culture, location, industry, etc., you may fail to answer this Avis complex objection and, as a result, leave the interviewer suspecting that a hot shot like you, coming from a Fortune 500 company in New York, just wouldn't be happy at an unknown manufacturer based in Topeka, Kansas.
To always have redundancy in all positions in a company and allow the workers to have a life outside of work.
it was great to work there.