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The interview question making candidates blush

Recruitment is a never-ending stream of ‘make or break’ moments. From securing a client, to coaching your candidates, it can often seem like everything is going at 100 mph.

One recruiter has revealed the one interview question she asks which she claims allows her to know instantly whether or not her candidate in front of her is suited. Lillian Roberts, co-Founder of accounting firm Xendoo, revealed in a recent episode of CNBC's ‘The Job interview’, her favourite subtle interview tactic. – CNBC reports.

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Comments (2)

  • Mike
    Wed, 15 Nov 2017 9:19am GMT
    Working in recruitment and with commission I would honestly be worried if things like praise are required more than financial advancement. Is this not a little industry specific perhaps.
  • Bob
    Tue, 14 Nov 2017 4:21pm GMT
    "Even if you think financial, don't say that on an interview."

    Why ask an interview question where you expect or want people to lie?

    I value honesty and integrity above most personal values.
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