How to Ace a Group Interview

Group interviews are becoming more popular with employers these days. As far as preparing for a group interview, all the same basics for getting ready for a one-on-one interview apply. Study the company, expect to answer behavioral questions, and create a list of questions to ask in advance. There is only one additional factor that should be considered when preparing for a group interview - and it also happens to be the most important. In a recent article I wrote for AOL Jobs, I talk about the number one tip for acing group interviews. Group interview image from Shutterstock

Sports are a great distraction from everyday life. As a fan, there's nothing more thrilling than when your favorite team wins a championship. In many ways, a successful workplace is a lot like a championship-caliber sports team. Bear with us, it's not as crazy as it sounds.

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