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Is the real purpose of the interview to weed out the weak, or attract the best? Too many people, including a good chunk of corporate recruiters and hiring managers, view the interview primarily as ...

www.asktheheadhunter.com/1624/how-to-say-it-whats-the...

Discussion: February 23, 2010 Ask The Headhunter Newsletter In today’s newsletter a reader takes an interview with a company that wants to “meet and talk in general,” with no indication there’s a specific opportunity on deck. No problem, I say to the reader. It’s good to meet new people. But when the company brings you back for a second interview — to meet the president — and ...

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Best Answer: obviously almost everyone tells a little white lie now and again in job interviews, they want to "sell" themselves to the interviewer so they can get the job they want. The point of an interview is so that the interviewer can meet candidates face-to-face, find out if they're skilled enough for ...

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I take your point about not doing an exit interview purely to find out whether you’re going to be sued by a disgruntled employee; much better to find out why they’re leaving! At that point there’s nothing much you could do to fix a problem (if there were one) for that person, but it might alert you to a wider issue.

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What is the point of a video call interview as opposed to a telephone interview? [closed] ... This is especially true if the hiring offical has been burned in the past by having a very knowldgeable phone interview result in a totally incompetent person showing up for work. ... What are the points to keep in mind while facing an interview though ...

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Key Points to a Very Successful Interview: 1. Try and be as calm and collected as possible: It is natural to have butterflies in your stomach when you appear for the interview, but you must try your best to have a calm and cool exterior so that the interviews do not get a negative impression about you.

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What is the point of an interview this late? ... @MSYP100 - understand your situation, but at this time - absolutely no point fretting over this. All we know is that interviews are optional - not all applicants are interviewed - and there has not been any correlation between getting interviewed vs admits (or) not getting interviewed vs rejects. ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Exit_interview

An exit interview is a survey conducted with an individual who is separating from an organization or relationship. Most commonly, this occurs between an employee and an organization, a student and an educational institution, or a member and an association. An organization can use the information gained from an exit interview to assess what should be improved, changed, or remain intact.

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1. What is the main purpose of an interview? A. to see how a person responds under pressure and/or on-the-spot B. to put a face and personality with an existing application C.to see how well you dress D, to you on your opinions 2. College admission interviews are A.always required B.the biggest factor in admission decisions C. designed to be ...