Kelly Daniels, a Recruitment Specialist from our Chicago office, shares some of her own interesting interview tactics after watching an episode of “The Job Interview.”
While flipping through channels, I discovered a TV show called “The Job Interview.” This show helps companies to identify qualified candidates and showcases the interview process for various positions. I was quite impressed that CNBC aired a program so real and related to what I do as a recruiter.
“The Job Interview” offers a great way to learn how organizations interact with job seekers and examines the process a company may use. It also illustrates which industries are hiring talent, and provides insights into pay rates offered.
Some hiring managers’ ideas were very creative. For instance, one had each candidate walk into a room in which no chair was provided for them. The idea was to observe how candidates responded to an uncomfortable situation. Did they find a chair for themselves? Stand? Circle uncomfortably? It provided insight into candidate reactions, problem solving, and the ways individual responses may influence an ability to succeed in specific positions.
This reminded me of interesting interview tactics my colleagues and I have adopted or witnessed on-the-job:
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