Business / Human Resources (HR) / Behavioral-Based Interview: An interview technique that focuses on a candidate’s past experiences, behaviors, knowledge, skills and abilities by asking the candidate to provide specific examples of when he or she has demonstrated certain behaviors or skills as a means of predicting future behavior and performance.
Interview Noun Synonyms: question, examine, interrogate, sound out, talk with or to
Interview Verb Synonyms: meeting, (press) conference, discussion, conversation, talk, question period, audience
Business / Human Resources (HR) / Schedule Interview: An interviewing format in which each candidate is asked for the same exact information. MORE
Business / Human Resources (HR) / Observation Interview: The process of observing employees while performing their respective jobs or tasks, used to collect data regarding specific jobs or tasks. MORE
Business / Human Resources (HR) / Standardized Interview: A form of interviewing that uses the same subject matter and identically sequenced questions, then evaluating responses to determine the differences between candidates. MORE
Business / Human Resources (HR) / Stress Interview: An interviewing style whereby the interviewer subjects a candidate to pressure or stress to ascertain how the candidate reacts under such conditions. MORE
Business / Human Resources (HR) / Structured Interview: A structured interview asks the same questions of each candidate, so that valid comparisons of the quality of responses can be obtained. The questions generally take four job-related forms: situationa MORE