Group Interview

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Group Interview: An interviewing method where a prospective employee is interviewed by a small group of his or her peers.

Other Words for Group

Group Noun Synonyms: batch, aggregation, set, grouping, collection, assemblage, bunch, accumulation, conglomeration, agglomeration, assortment, series, pile, heap, bundle
Group Adjective Synonyms: assembly, assemblage, gathering, congregation, company, number, alliance, union, association, organization, league, society, coterie, clique, set, band, circle, club, party, body, faction, crowd, team, corps, guild, troupe, unit, troop, platoon, squad
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Other Words for Interview

Interview Noun Synonyms: question, examine, interrogate, sound out, talk with or to
Interview Verb Synonyms: meeting, (press) conference, discussion, conversation, talk, question period, audience
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Marriage Group

Entertainment / Literature / Marriage Group: A term coined by George L. Kittredge in 1912 to describe a specific set of stories in Chaucer's Canterbury Tales. The marriage group includes 'The Wife of Bath's Tale,' 'The Clerk's Tale,' 'The Mercha MORE

Main Group Elements

Science / Chemistry / Main Group Elements: Elements of the s and p blocks. MORE

Large Group

Health / Health Insurance / Large Group: A large pool of individuals for which health coverage is provided by the group sponsor. A large group may be defined as more than 250, 500, 1,000, or some other number of members, depending on the MCO MORE

Monophyletic Group

Science / Biology / Monophyletic Group: A group of organisms descended from a common ancestor. For example: your immediate family may be considered such a group, being descended from a common ancestral group (grandparents, etc.). MORE

Moving Picture Expert Group (MPEG)

Technology / Computers / Moving Picture Expert Group (MPEG): A format to make, view, and transfer both digital audio and digital video files. MORE

Nominal Group Technique

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Nominal Group Technique: A consensus planning tool used to identify the strengths of an organization, department or division, whereby participants are brought together to discuss important issues, problems and solutions. MORE

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