The Interview

Most of the work has been done—all that’s left is to run the interview in a very professional way and stick exactly to the pre-written questions on your question sheets for each of the criteria.



The timing for the interview should be perfect—if not, it’s your fault and shows the organization in a bad light.


How many interviews in a day?

Six is about right, three in the morning and three in the afternoon. It’s all about quality, not quantity.


Dress Code

Be smart, you represent the company you need to look the part—make sure that the interviewing line manager is aware. Your aim is to be as sharp, professional, and smart at the end of the day as you were for the first interview.


Who Does What?

The interviewer ...

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