What seems like such a simple question can really make you sweat, especially in an interview. What, exactly, should you share—not just to build rapport, but to show that you’re the perfect fit for the job?
Do you know how to choose the types of job interview questions?
In the candidate's experience, the interview is one of the most critical moments - and also the champion of complaints. According to the Linkedin Talent Trends report, 83% of applicants say that a negative experience in the first contact with the company can lead to the vacancy.
When you're job searching, you can expect to have your references checked at some point during the hiring process. Prospective employers usually check references when you're in serious contention for a job. In some cases, employers may ask for references as early as when you submit your job application. At FP Recruitment & Executive Search, we conduct a reference check as soon as the candidate past the final interview just before the offering stage.
The recruitment interview is first and foremost an opportunity to get to know the candidate who is applying in your company and to evaluate his skills and abilities to join your team. But recruiters spend their day trading with candidates, and each of these exchanges is a mine of information about your competitors and your position in the market. So, how can you use your recruitment interviews to serve other teams in your company?