When a candidate comes to the office, how should I organize the interview order?

The order of who meets with a job candidate during the interview process can vary from company to company. In most cases, employers use a type of hierarchical system to determine which employee will interview a candidate first. It generally depends on the size of the company and team(s) interviewing the candidate, as well as […]

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The order of who meets with a job candidate during the interview process can vary from company to company.

In most cases, employers use a type of hierarchical system to determine which employee will interview a candidate first. It generally depends on the size of the company and team(s) interviewing the candidate, as well as the job duties of the employees who work there. One example of an order could be

  • A behavioral interview performed by someone at an equal level as the applicant.
  • A peer interview given by an employee more junior than the applicant.
  • An Executive interview led by the hiring manager for the position.

Helpful link:

How to Conduct a Successful Interview – Office of Personnel Management

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