It’s critical for recruiters to approach job interviews in the right manner. If you offer too many ‘softball’ questions then you run the risk of not discovering what your applicants are capable of – but, on the other hand, if you ask impossibly hard questions then your candidates are likely to come away feeling that a company is not right for them.
Many of the world’s top companies have found success using unusual lines of questioning that reveal far more useful information about their applicants and their ways of working than the standard interview might.
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