Once you’ve narrowed your stack of resumes down to 10 or so top candidates, it’s time to start setting up interviews. If you dread this portion of the process, you’re not alone.
Fortunately, there are some ways to put both yourself and the candidates at ease — and make sure you get all of the information you need to make a smart decision.
Start by preparing a list of basic interview questions in advance. While you won’t read off this list like a robot, having it in front of you will ensure you cover all the bases and also make sure you ask all the candidates the same questions.
The initial few moments of an interview are the most crucial. As you meet the candidate and shake his or her hand, you will gain a strong impression of his or her poise, confidence and enthusiasm (or lack thereof).
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