1. What is candidate interview?
The interview process is formed through identification of the key requirements of the job and a list of questions is drawn up. A panel of interviewers works through each set of questions with each candidate and scores them on their answers.
2. When we use interview?
Often acts as the final phase of a selection process, after short-listing of candidates has occurred.
3. Interview Methods
We can use 10 methods of interviews as follows:
• Unstructured interview
• Structured interview
• Screening interview
• Behavioral interview
• Stress interview
• Situational interview
• Phone interview
• Face to face interview
• Group interview
• Panel interview
4. Interview purposes
a. For candidates:
• An opportunity to convince the employer of your potential.
• An opportunity to find out more about the job and the company.
• An opportunity to expand on the information in application form or resume.
b. For the employer:
• A means to assess your abilities in relation to the requirements of the position, “Have you got what they want?”.
• An opportunity to discuss your training, experience, knowledge and abilities in more detail.
• An opportunity to see what drives and motivates you and to determine whether you will be able to fit in with both the team and the company as a whole.
Author: Tommy Doan, hrvinet.com