Elements of Good Interviewing
Adhere to these tips for best interview results
Meeting the interview goals requires the following on the interviewer’s part:
- Interpersonal skills, which put a job candidate at east and elicit the most accurate responses
- Preparation helps an interviewer cover all job-related questions and avoid saying things that might violate antidiscrimination laws, create an implied employment contract, or misrepresent the job.
- Objectivity requires the interviewer to be impartial and unbiased. Interviewers must evaluate a candidate based on the factors that predict future job performance.
- Good recordkeeping supplies the information needed to compare different candidates and documents the screening process in case a rejected candidate challenges the hiring decision.
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