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Stories about ‘types of interviews’

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What is a Behavioral Interview?

Behavioral interviews are based on the premise that the best way to predict the future is to examine past behavior.  Behavioral interviewing is becoming more widespread and many employers prefer these questions as they feel that they help to make more accurate hiring decisions.  Questions are designed to elicit responses from the …

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Telephonic interviews are just as they appear: interviews conducted via telephone. Skype interviews could possibly be considered telephonic interviews as well.

There is a bit of confusion on whether a telephonic interview is actually just a “phone interview.” It’s important to note that the legal industry uses telephonic interviews for different purposes (testimony) as a cost-saving …

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Of all interviews, a panel interview can be the most stressful because you find yourself trying to sway several decision-makers rather than one or two. The familiar bit of advice — try to relate to the interviewer — can be difficult in a panel interview when there are so many faces staring back at you.

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Thought this was funny and had to share.

An interview with IKEA could be more about performance and less about how you answer those dang interview questions. =]

When interviewing, a jobseeker needs to be prepared for just about anything.

 

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