What you need to know to conduct a job interview

 Jan 23, 2017

Everyone knows that job interviews are stressful: often, however, the interviewer is under more pressure than the candidate!

A hiring manager needs to ask the right questions; put candidates at ease; assess the character of the interviewee – and ultimately choose their newest team member carefully.

Successfully conducting a job interview requires preparation. We have collected some tips from the experts below to help you understand how to better:

  • Assess potential
  • Plan your questions
  • Research the candidate

…and more.

For more information, take a look at New Horizons’ Conducting Effective Interviews training course and HR for Non-HR Managers training course.

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New Horizons is Australia's leading corporate training provider, and has been educating business professionals for over 15 years in the areas of Professional Development, Microsoft Office & Adobe Applications, and IT Technical. Our aim through this blog is to bring you relevant stories, articles, and tips & tricks that can help you to improve your skills and productivity in the workplace. Our expert trainers will also be posting their own articles from time to time, so be sure to keep an eye out.

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