While conducting job interviews, selection panels are frequently torn between whether to probe or prompt the job interviewees. Sometimes, members of selection panels become confused about the differences between these two approaches to job interview questions. This article clarifies the issues for selection panels.
Too many applicants underestimate how critical it is to do their research before applying for a job. Being prepared, understanding the role and knowing the company can go a long way in all stages of the application process. Read on for some great tips on how doing your research can set you apart from other applicants.
There can be serious negative consequences from adopting the “Good Cop/Bad Cop” approach to job interviews. Selection panels can lose respect from GenY’s when using this approach to selection interviews because they do not appreciate “intimidation” and assume that this will carry over to the job context.
Behind many job interview questions is a fear that you will not have the capability required to perform the advertised job. Here are some ideas on how you could handle those fears during your job interview.
A job applicant who feels the need to bag their boss at a job interview, is typically frustrated by their boss or angry at them. They let their feelings control their behavior on interview which, in turn, demonstrates a lack of personal control. This is a fatal mistake in a job interview.