In order to interview someone for a job, set goals, research applicants, prepare questions, create an interview structure and meet applicants in person, if possible. During the interview, interviewers should take notes a... More »

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To prepare for job interview questions, applicants can make a list of likely questions asked by interviewers, prepare responses relevant to experience and skills and conduct a mock interview with a friend or co-worker. R... More »

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As a general rule, interview wear consists of conservative attire such as a dress suit with tie for men, and a dress suit with slacks or skirt for women. Choose conservative colors such as black, navy or dark grey, and s... More »

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An informal interview is a casual conversation between a hiring manager and an interested job candidate that doesn't fit the typical structure of a formal job interview. Hiring managers conduct informal interviews for va... More »

Lominger interview questions typically ask job applicants to discuss obstacles they have overcome or to tell stories in which they made business decisions and took specific actions. The job candidates then have to discus... More »

Companies ask about greatest weaknesses during job interviews because they want to know what challenges applicants have faced and how they overcame those challenges. A company wants to see how resilient a job candidate i... More »

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Good interview questions to ask potential employees include "What interests you about this job?" and "Why would you excel at this job?" to determine a candidate's career goals and skills. Many interviewers begin by stati... More »