Whether it's not having identified skills-needed, not evaluating properly, or not asking the right questions, the misuse of behavioral interviewing can effect your ability to place the right candidate in the right position.
Does your organization want to hire superstars and top performers? Behavioral interviewing is one of the most effective techniques and is the chosen form of interviewing by most employers to hire top performers.
It's helpful to not only develop standard interview questions unique and specific to each position's requirements, but also to compile a bank of questions for critical competencies common to many jobs that you can choose from for your interviews.
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