1. Summary/Overview

The Summary/Overview is a one- to two-page quick reference of all the critical information on the candidate (see Figure 6-1). While to some this section may seem to be additional, unnecessary paperwork, it can actually save time when you get to the point of comparing the ratings of one candidate to another. When all this information is clearly and neatly contained at the beginning of the interview document, there is no need to fumble through the pages of the document looking for specific ratings or notations.

Figure 6-1. Sample interview form for [position]: summary/overview.

As shown in Figure 6-1 ...

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