Recruiters often interview a couple of different candidates for a single role. This is to ensure that they select the correct candidate with the best possible skillset and knowledge to carry out the job.
While an interview should act as the perfect opportunity for candidates to spill about their career history and workplace strengths and weaknesses, candidates aren’t always honest with recruiters about the reasons for leaving previous roles. Therefore, several people who are intimately involved in the hiring process have witnessed strange activities during an interview and took to the internet to expose their experiences.
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