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Stories about ‘types of interviews’

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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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Exit interviews are performed at the end of an employment term, or shortly thereafter; therefore, they are appropriately named the “exit” interview.

An exiting employee can be a huge asset to helping the company understand what areas of the business still need improvement, what systems and processes need to be addressed, and what areas of the …

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In the sport of job interviewing, the panel interview can be one of the toughest contests a job seeker will face.  Instead of one person to impress, you will find at least two, and possibly five or more strangers ready to be dazzled by your interviewing prowess.  It’s a situation that can make even 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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Much like phone interviews, panel interviews are becoming popular too. Hiring companies are looking for ways to become more efficient, and getting all the “hiring heads” in one room to interview candidates all at once is a step towards that efficiency. Interviewing procedures are being modified so that all those involved in the hiring decision …

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