How to Conduct a Good Interview

  • Any question that is based upon finding the interviewee’s personal background when it not a part of the general questionnaire is deemed as discriminatory.
  • National Origin
  • Religion Followed
  • Color
  • Disability
  • Parental Status
  • Are you pregnant?
  • How Kids do you have?
To take your interviewing skills to the next level, you need to get training just like every other skill in life. A long time ago, I bought 96 Great Interview Questions to Ask Before You Hire as a reference material to bring me up to speed on interviewing. Till today, I frequently reference this book before every interview looking for questions to ask before seeing the candidate. This book provides an in-depth discussion on why you should ask questions like “what are your greatest strengths” and “what are your greatest weaknesses” and why the candidate’s response is important to you. This book goes beyond supplying good interview questions, but uses an analytical approach to interview candidates and pull out those “red flags”. If you want to elevate your hiring skills to the next level, this book is a must read.
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