Currently I have a steady job at a medium sized company. In this company, I feel valuable and they expect me to stay for the long term.
However, due to my feeling like I am almost reaching the full potential my current company can offer, tomorrow I am attending an interview at a large multinational company. I didn't contact them, since I am currently okay in my position, but since the new company contacted me and I know I will want to make a change sooner or later, I decided to attend the interview.
Given that the position in the new company will be of my liking, but the one I currently have also has its benefits, the main reason to make me change jobs right now would be that the new company wants me there for the long term (at least a few years).
In my country (Spain), companies have a history of hiring you for shorter periods of time (few months) and then get rid of you for someone cheaper to take your place. They usually make short term contracts and after them, they either hire you for a longer time or lay you off, so that is of uttermost importance to me and waiting to see the contract will not be helpful.
I know there are no guarantees, but what questions should I ask or what red flags should I look for in the interview that will give me an idea of what kind of philosophy this company has regarding this topic?
Thank you in advance.
About possible duplicate:
I do not think it is a duplicate. The linked question is quite broad and asks about company culture in general. The answers are quite broad as well and cover things like dress code, laid back attitude and employee interaction. Mine covers how to find out how long the company thinks they will keep you around. Paying attention about the questions that they ask me about my personality or my abilities will not solve this issue.