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    the basics and education, experiences all are already in resume so basic can ask first and also about previous job experiences but should not that already mentioned in resume.
    check the qualities in persons that requires for job.


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    Start with small talk and ask several easy questions until the candidate seems relaxed. Then, hold a behavioral interview. A behavioral interview is the best tool you have to identify candidates who have the behavioral traits and characteristics that you have selected as necessary for success in a particular job.


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    Do you ask only about the interview questions or for the whole process of hiring an employee?
    I have few steps I follow, I hope it will help you:
    1. Post an ad online (If you have your own website, you should post there as well on FB page, etc.)
    2. Have a short phone calls with the candidates who have preferred qualifications and experience
    3. First interview - I am not a fan of questions like “Why did you quit your old job”, “What did you like/dislike about your old job?”. I prefer to give them scenarios and see what their responses are.
    4. Check their social media platforms (You can learn a lot from it)
    5. Second interview with the short listed candidates - tell them more about the job, their responsibilities and learn what salary they are looking for.
    6. Background check - I never skip this step as I believe it’s one of the most important steps. I also don’t use free website because I don’t trust them. I can recommend background-intel.com as legit and accurate.

    I created this list with years experience and I found it is the most successful for me. Of course if it is for less important job, I could skip one or two steps but basically that’s it.


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    I read up on several sites on the internet from both perspectives. The first perspective being the interviewer, and the second perspective being the interviewee.


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    Research the industry and company. ...
    Clarify your "selling points" and the reasons you want the job. ...
    Anticipate the interviewer's concerns and reservations. ...
    Prepare for common interview questions. ...etc..
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    The most important aspect of any business is recruiting, selecting, and retaining top people. Research shows those organizations that spend more time recruiting high-caliber people earn 22% higher return to shareholders than their industry peers. However, most employers do a miserable job selecting people. Many companies rely on outdated and ineffective interviewing and hiring techniques. This critical responsibility sometimes gets the least emphasis.


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    Never pick a candidate who does not understand what morals are because the company will pay the price eventually. For male candidate, pick a candidate who understands the role of the job position.


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    The meeting style you ought to have is an easygoing one. Everybody is gets ready for canned inquiries, and those inquiries are mechanical in the first place. Give them a curveball question and their genuine identity will come through.
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