Behavioral Interviewing

Do you know how to build rapport with candidates you’re interviewing? Do you know the right questions to ask? If you’re asking candidates hypothetical questions, you’ll get hypothetical answers. Whether you’ve performed 100 interviews or you are new to the interviewing world, using behavioral interviewing techniques will give you the knowledge and tools to improve your interviewing skills, which will lead to better hires, and a better, more competitive edge for your organization. Behavioral interviewing focuses on actual experiences and situations candidates have experienced, and how they responded. It seeks situational answers given in three parts: The problem they experienced The action they took, Read More

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