I work in the Restaurant and Food Service industry, if someone asked me such a formal question, it would be obvious they aren't thinking on their own which is definately part of the job being behind the grill. Especially if something goes wrong with one of the pieces of equipment.
IT'S IMPORTANT TO LEARN CORRECT ENGLISH, ESPECIALLY IF ONE WRITES FOR A LIVING. WRITERS SERVE AS EXAMPLES FOR STUDENTS. MOST IMPORTANT IS THE PROPER USE OF THE TERMS "YOUR" AND "YOU'RE." REMEMBER THAT "YOUR" IS A POSSESSIVE PRONOUN WHEREAS "YOU'RE" IS A CONTRACTION. FOR EXAMPLE, YOU SHOULD WRITE, "Hopefully you already have a general idea, based on the job title YOU'RE applying for. IN THIS EXAMPLE, THE "YOU'RE" IS NOT POSSESSIVE.
I find asking some questions sensible, but one must take care to not sound indignant. The prospective employee should never take control of the interview.
How much do i get paid?How much vacation do I get?Is my boss an Ahole?
As a business owner who hires hundreds of people annually, I encourage readers to completely ignore this advice.