Interviews are perhaps the most important stage of the recruitment process. They provide you with the invaluable opportunity to see your candidate “in the flesh"; to get a sense of who they are, what they're motivated by, and just how good a fit they'll be in your workplace. RELATED: Top 3 Interview Questions You Should Ask However, all too often, you'll find yourself frustrated after the interview is over, wishing that you'd asked certain questions to help you understand the person more fully. It's easy to focus too heavily on job history and qualifications, which can stop you getting the “full picture" about your candidate. Here's some things you should keep in mind when preparing your interview questions.
April 18, 2016