Interview and it's Types


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This slide contains information about interview and various types of interviews like. Screening / Telephone Interview
Video Conferencing
One-on-One / Face to Face Interview
Group Interview
Panel Interview
Behavioural Interview
Sequential Interview

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Interview and it's Types

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  2. 2. Learn By Watch | Interview is a formal meeting or conversation between employer and job applicant.
  3. 3.  Screening / Telephone Interview  Video Conferencing  One-on-One / Face to Face Interview  Group Interview  Panel Interview  Behavioural Interview  Sequential Interview Learn By Watch |
  4. 4.  Telephone Interviews are done for initial screening of candidates from the pool of applicants.  Screening Interviews are done by interviewer of human resource department.  This type of interview allows an employer to screen candidates on the candidates experience, qualifications, and salary expectations pertaining to the position and the company. Learn By Watch |
  5. 5. Video conferencing is used to conduct interviews using video technology from a distance. Learn By Watch |
  6. 6.  This is the traditional form of interview where one candidate is interviewed by one interviewer of the company.  This is most common interview format conducted by a direct HR professional or employer of a company. Learn By Watch |
  7. 7.  A group interview occurs when small groups of candidates are interviewed together.  Time saving form of interview.  Candidates may also be asked to solve a problem together which allows interviewers to assess candidate’s skills in action (e.g. teamwork).  Companies conduct a group interview to quickly prescreen candidates for the job opening A group interview is similar to a group discussion. A topic is given to the group, and they are asked to discuss it. Learn By Watch |
  8. 8.  A panel interview takes place when a job applicant is interviewed by a panel of interviewers.  Panel means a selection committee or interview committee that is appointed for interviewing the candidates. The panel may include three or five members.  In some cases, the individual candidate will meet with the panel of interviewers or in other cases, multiple candidates will meet the panel of interviewers.  The panel may consist of different representatives of the company such as human resources, management, and employees.  Time Saving form of Interview.  Collective judgement of panel regarding the candidate helps in fast decision making for selection of right candidate. Learn By Watch |
  9. 9.  Behavioural interview is based on knowing that how the interviewee acted in past employment-related situations.  The logic is that how you behaved in the past will predict how you will behave in the future i.e. past performance predicts future performance.  The Interviewer will ask for specific examples from your past experiences.  You should prepare by thinking of specific examples that demonstrate your competence in core behaviors such as teamwork, problem-solving, communication, creativity, flexibility and organizational skills.  Employer might give you a imaginary situation and ask you that how you will you handle this situation to judge the required skills. Learn By Watch |
  10. 10.  A sequential interview is conducted by two or more interviewers, separately or in sequence.  The candidate either moves from one location to another or stays in one room and while different interviewers join them.  Sequential interviews involve a number of ‘first impression’ opportunities so be aware of how you present yourself each time.  At the end of the process, the interviewers meet to evaluate each applicant and make their decision. Learn By Watch |
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