Articles tagged with tag ‘interview techniques’

Should you cut an interview short?

Sometimes you may feel like the person you are interviewing really isn’t right for the job, so what do you do? Do you cut short the interview or continue it out of courtesy? The actual answer may be even simpler than that, don’t let it get to that stage. Not every candidate that gets to […]
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How to conduct a good panel interview

Recruiters are used to interviewing jobseekers on a one-to-one basis, but panel interviews still present a certain amount of uncertainty. These interviews can be a powerful tool giving you a deeper insight into a candidate’s suitability for a role, but you need to make sure you get the format right otherwise it could be a […]
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How to choose the best interview type

Interviews can range from a traditional one-to-one, to competency based tasks, to panel interviews and more. Though you might not be limited to just one interview (especially for more senior positions), there’s no point wasting time by using the wrong kind of interview type for the role. We take a look at some of the […]
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Convincing candidates to work for you

An interview is not just about the candidate showing off their best assets. If you’re looking for highly-sought after skills, or are desperate to find the right fit for your business, how you come across during the interview process is just as important. In fact, last year around three-quarters of organisations had difficulty filling vacancies, […]
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