Do you have any questions for us? Anyone who has ever interviewed for a job has most likely been asked this question. The reason interviewers like to ask this question is not only because they might want to be courteous toward you by clearing your doubts. No, the real reason why most interviewers offer to answer your questions is because they want to hear what kind of questions you have.
If you have ever been job hunting, you know how frustrating the application process can be. You spend hours looking for positions and writing customized applications to impress the recruiters and hiring managers. You dedicate all that time and get your hopes up only to receive an automated "thank you, but no thank you" email or, in most cases, no response at all. You feel disappointed because you were so sure that you were the right person for that job.
Have you ever interviewed someone who seemed like the perfect fit for the job on paper but during the interview, you just didn't have the "feeling" with them? Maybe the candidate did everything right during the hiring process but your gut was telling you that something was off?
Company culture is the combination of the shared values and behavior of the people working for the company. Cultural fit is a crucial building block in employee happiness and the lack of cultural fit can be harmful to both, the employee and the company.