Situational Interview - Tip for Recruiters

Situational interview questions are used to judge a competency that is vital to a candidate’s on-job performance. This scenario-based interview places the candidate in a hypothetical situation, and evaluates the candidate’s ability to resolve an issue to reach an ideal solution.

When drafting a situational interview questions, base them on realistic work situations. Situational interview questions should have a specific response. Also, try to avoid questions that may require knowledge of an internal procedure to answer.

According to Entrepreneur.com, “Situational interview is reportedly 54% accurate in predicting on-the-job performance”. So, create a realistic situational interview, and a standard rating scheme to score candidates’ answers to revitalize your hiring process.
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Premanand Arumugam

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