Build the most effective interview process for your hiring team
Extensive research shows that structured interviews are the most effective interviews, by far. And it makes sense: When your hiring team knows where to focus — and how to avoid common interview trip-ups such as confusion, subjectivity and hiring biases — the interview goes better. And you end up with better hires. Ready to lay down some ground rules? We’ll show you how.
Download this ebook now for a step-by-step guide to structuring your interview process.
in this guide:
Learn how to lead more effective interviews by:
Selecting the right job requirements
Developing structured interview questions
Crafting useful rating scales
Assembling and training the right hiring team
About the author
Senior Content Writer
Nikoletta Bika is a senior writer at Workable. She writes about all things HR and recruiting, with particular interest in bias, data, technology and the future of work. She hates meaningless jargon and dreams about space travel. She tweets @Nikoletta_Bika.
About the editor
Content Marketing Manager
Cherone is a former content team leader at Workable. She planned, managed and edited Workable's editorial content and she wrote about work culture.
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