The Interview process can be a long, expensive and time consuming exercise so the prospect of going through it and missing out on your preferred candidate who ticks all the boxes is not one you want to contemplate, especially when findings[...]
Although an interview can often appear to be a spontaneous conversation, inevitably both the interviewer and the interviewee will, or definitely should, have their own pre-programmed scripts of things they want to say and cover off. The[...]
Many of us have been involved in interviewing and recruiting what we are convinced is a brilliant enthusiastic inspiring character only to find that when they start they are anything but that! This leaves you asking yourself "Do they actually[...]
We have all heard and probably experienced at first hand the stories of the fabulous candidate with a perfect CV for your vacant role who fails at the final Interview stage, yet no one really knows why but it's back to the drawing board.[...]
Interview bias can have a debilitating impact on a Company's ability to meet their corporate objectives. In a recent Harvard Business Review article -"Your Approach to Hiring is All Wrong", Peter Cappelli states that "Interviews are where biases[...]
Traditional interview formats where you ask candidates about their skills and experience to see if they’re a fit for the job—have been the industry standard for decades and if they work for you and your organisation then why change it you may ask?