Tag Archives: Interviewing

What’s Wrong With Interviews? The Top 50 Most Common Interview Problems

What’s wrong with corporate job interviews? Pretty much everything. Interviews are the second most used and “flawed” tool in HR (right after performance appraisals). They are used and relied on around the world for hiring, transfers, promotions, and for selecting leaders. After studying and researching interviews for over 40 years, I find it laughable when people think they can become interview experts simply …

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Cutting Down On Interview “No-Shows”

Going to an interview is a daunting task for most applicants. Even the most qualified can sweat at the possibility. Going on an interview is often compared to “going to the dentist,” so it’s not surprising that many firms experience high “no show” rates. Part of this problem can be attributed to the low unemployment rates. Low unemployment means applicants …

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Stop Interviewing – Hold A Professional Conversation

Going to an interview is a daunting task — even the most qualified candidates have been known to sweat at the possibility. Often it is viewed by candidates as being equivalent to “going to the dentist,” so it’s not surprising that many firms experience a high “no show” rate for their interviews. If you are going to sell the candidate …

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Alternatives to on-site face-to-face interviews

PC to PC Live Video Interviews.Teleconference Interviews (Company site or 3rd party vendor (Kinkos)).3rd Party Assisted Video Taped Interviews (with preset questions).Video Taped Interviews (candidate designed and mailed to recruiter).Telephone Interviews.IVR (Interactive Voice Recognition) Interviews.Touch-tone (Keypad response Interviews).Computer assisted Interviews (On line, real time questionnaire with assessment).E-mail questionnaire Interview.Web based questionnaire Interviews (real time).Web based “profiler” assessments (real time).Fax based …

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