There is more to interviews and interviewing than just inviting the candidate to appear at a designated time and place, and asking questions that are listed on a sheet of paper. Interviewers have a bigger task than to just deliver the questions, listen to the answers, and evaluate them. They also have to pay attention on how they conduct the interview in order to be able to say that it is effective, and the hiring process is successful. In this guide, we will take a look at the best practices for hiring managers and employers when they conduct job interviews.
Editor’s Note: I found this lacking in some areas, most notably there was no discussion of avoiding bias or focusing on job requirements. Still, it is a decent overview for those with no experience, especially entrepreneurs that may not have any formal HR organization yet.