Evaluating the Interview

Three facets of candidate disclosure are central to evaluating the interview. The first area is interview behavior. For example, if you need a worker who has a high degree of energy, try to gauge the candidate's energy level in the interview process. An individual who has a positive outlook and is somewhat animated and enthusiastic probably would have a suitable energy level for the position that you are trying to fill. The second area is work philosophy and beliefs. Candidates at all levels of a health care organization will state their commitment to the health care mission as well as to the customer-patient. Determine if this has been underscored with action in the past, and also try to note any other beliefs and convictions ...

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