After you have narrowed the candidate pool based on your evaluation of the resumes you've received, and possibly a round of phone interviewing, it is time to conduct in-person interviews — and you want to make sure your interview is time well spent. These articles provide employment solutions at your fingertips. They will help you prepare for the interviewing process and avoid common interviewing mistakes.
The interviewing process
- How to Conduct a Job Interview: Although interviewing is a relatively common task for virtually every business, it should not be taken lightly. Learn how to structure your interviewing process so it is as effective as possible.
- Interview Questions: There are so many different questions you could ask when interviewing a job candidate, how do you know which ones are most effective? Learn about the many types of questions, when to use certain interviewing questions and pitfalls to avoid.
- Interview Questions to Ask: Find the top five interviewing questions to ask a job seeker and advice on interpreting the answers.
- Bad Interview, Good Hire?: Not every job candidate is fabulous at the interview game. Learn how to evaluate hard-to-interview personalities so you can accurately evaluate each person's potential.
- Interview Mistakes: It's easy to get sidetracked by a variety of factors during the interviewing process. Discover the largest pitfalls for interviewers and how to avoid them.
- Panel Interviews: Read about the most effective methods for carrying out panel interviews and when you might want to use them as part of your interviewing process.
- End Game: Closing the Interview on the Right Note: Discover the right way to end an interview so the candidate leaves with a positive impression of your firm, and you can evaluate his or her performance.
- The Five Deadly Sins of Interviewing Job Candidates: The job interview is one of the best ways for evaluating whether a candidate will fit in at your organization and whether he/she has the skills necessary to succeed. Don't make these five mistakes when conducting interviews.