a goal – oriented conversation in which the interviewer and applicant exchange information
INTERVIEW PLANNING Compare an applicant’s application and resume with job requirements Develop questions related to the qualities sought Prepare the information of company Determine how to ask for examples of past behavior of applicants
CONTENT OF THE INTERVIEW Occupational Experience Academic Achievement Interpersonal Skills Personal Qualities Organizational Fit Candidate Objectives
BEHAVIORAL INTERVIEW Analyzing the job Determine which behavioral questions to ask about the particular jobDevelop a structured format tailored for each job.Set benchmark responsesTrain the interviewers.
LEGAL IMPLICATIONS OF INTERVIEWING One simple rule, all questions must be job-related
LEGAL IMPLICATIONS OF INTERVIEWING Avoiding of discrimination appearance
In case there are disabled candidates, interviewers should inquire about the need for reasonable accomodations.
When the interview has obtained the necessary information and answered the applicant’s questions, the interview should be concluded. At this point, the interviewer should tell the applicant that he or she will be notified of the selection decision shortly