Interviewing Humans

by Erika Hall

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  7. Thank you Erika for the post. I have some thoughts after reading this great article. Before the interview, an interviewer should first define what types of employees companies need to recruit, and what specific work needs to be done. Different jobs have different requirements, but there are some requirements for candidates are common, such as enthusiasm, speaking skills, good personalities and so on. After carefully reading the job description, there is a question that an interviewer cannot be ignored: what information does he/she expect to collect from the interview? You can get the information that you are looking for efficiently when you have clear focuses. Interviewers’ next task is to review the recruitment form, resume, and other sources of information about candidates. In this step, the interviewer can write down his/her questions/concerns about a candidate’s background. For example, some parts of a candidate’s working experience may be vague. You can conduct the interview more effectively based on the information you have and the information you are seeking to collect. In order to get a positive impression, the interviewer needs to arrange a professional interview. It can also help enhance a candidate’s self-esteem. These arrangements are necessary, as it will eliminate potential interference such as telephone calls, emails, and other sudden distractions. Therefore, it is a good idea to arrange an interview in a private location, such as a quiet office or conference room. This will facilitate the interview process for the interviewers, as well as provide a comfortable interview environment for the candidates.
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