You vs. We: How the Best Recruiters Use Behavioral Interviewing

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Have you ever been interviewing someone who keeps defaulting to the “we” answers?  “Well, when my team did…” or “We worked with…” You know what I’m talking about. They’re broad statements that give you no insight into what the individual actually accomplished. Finding about their ability to work on a team isn’t a bad thing, […]

Group Interviews: A Good Way to Weed Out the Weak or a Cheap Way to Make Candidates Sweat?

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When I applied for my first job during college, I stopped by the retail store I was hoping to gain a position at to pick up a paper application (dating myself a bit there), filled it out in the mall food court, and, to my delight, got a call back within a day of dropping […]

What Should You Be Looking For When Asking Candidates, “What Do You Know About Our Company?”

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There are some interview questions that come standard, regardless of the position or company that a candidate is interviewing for. What is your past experience? Why are you looking for a new opportunity? What is your biggest strength and weakness? And then, of course, what do you know about the company? This standard question can […]