There’s no doubt that recruiting talent is one of the most critical activities for any organisation, and also that conducting the necessary interviews is one of the most difficult – often dreaded – tasks that managers have to undertake. Much of the anxiety stems from confusion about choosing the questions that get the best from a candidate. Here are a few suggestions that should help you get more out of your interview hour....
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