Conducting the InterviewSetting the Tone | Choosing the Format | Competency-based Questions | Asking Further Questions | Respecting Diversity | Avoiding Illegal Questions | Effective Observation | Concluding the Interview
The interview is the first opportunity for you to get to know the person behind the resume, so every element is extremely important. Keep in mind that the interview will also shape the candidate’s impression of your organization.
When you go to a live performance of a play, from the moment the curtain goes up, the scenery, the backdrop, and the background music give you clues as to what you are about to experience. The same is true for your candidates as soon as they arrive for the interview.