I'm a Tech Lead for a big company in Germany.
I worked here for the last three years, but recently resigned and I have two weeks left at this company.
The company is growing and wants to hire [X] developers. So I've been interviewing candidates even after giving my notice, and hired 3 new developers.
But during the interviews, people ask me questions that make me uncomfortable, like "What don't you like about your company?".
Because of this, I don't want to be part of interviews anymore, but my boss wants me to keep doing them because of our huge headcount.
Should I keep doing these interviews?
Edit: I feel uncomfortable answering these kind of questions because I don't want to bad mouth the company I'm leaving.
I am not happy working for this company anymore and a lot of the seniors and leaders of the company are also leaving. I can't really sell the company on interviews, but of course I do them anyway because it's my job.
So far I've been able to find answers that are only phrased in a very diplomatic way, but it feels like a I'm doing something wrong.
For example, the simple and honest answer I can think of is something like "I don't really like the direction the company has been taking", but that usually only makes people ask more questions.