I started a new job earlier this year and I'm already about to leave. I will be starting a new job in February (accepted and signed) - the hiring manager is currently out on medical but thankfully it's not a severe situation and will be back in Feb.
At my current company, my coworker resigned two weeks ago and has now worked out the notice period. Since I have to give two weeks notice as well, I'm not resigning until mid-January. So my boss and boss's boss don't know I'm leaving yet.
There are now a total of 4 vacancies on a team of 7. My current position will be the 5th vacancy soon.
Next week, I'm on a panel to interview my coworker's (possible) replacement. How do I warn the candidate not to work here?
I want to point to specific things such as: the office is extremely loud and distracting making it very hard to concentrate; the lighting is extremely poor (basically no lighting and there are no windows to boot); they tell candidates that the company supports "flex time" and "flexible schedules" but it's not true - you can't even work from a conference room, never mind from home or from a more suitable work environment; you are stuck in the crappy office for 9 hours a day.
Next week, I'll have to sit on a panel and keep my mouth shut while my boss's boss lies to the candidate the same way he lied to me. What can I do to warn the candidate?
Edit: After seeing the first two answers, I've decided to resign from the company. I'm not willing to sit there during the interview while my boss's boss tells lies about the company policies. Also some answers seem to have assumed I am assessing the candidate. I am not. I am there only as a prop to talk good about the company so the candidate will accept the position. I don't have any say on the qualifications of the candidate.