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Analysis of the Job Interview Process

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Transfer-Encoding: chunked ´╗┐Interview Question analysis An effective interview process for an employee (candidate) is one in which they secure the job . In order for the process to be effective there are a number of factors they should consider before , during and after the interview . Before the interview the employee must plan out everything including the route , on a different day they should try out this route and check how long it takes . Although on the day they will need to check the traffic on the roads which you will be going through . This is so you will get there on time and give a good first impression . A employer wants an employee to be on time everyday at work so they won?t miss meetings or time to work , this gives the employee the chance to demonstrate this . If the employee shows up to early for the interview this can be uncomfortable for the business . If the employee gets their too late they will give out a bad impression and lower their chances of being selected , being late shows a lack of care / interest so the business may assume they aren?t that bothered in getting the role . The employee must call the business before hand to arrange any special need measures that need to taken for example disabled access . This shows you are organised and think ahead , A quality that the business will look for in a suitable candidate for the job . ...read more.

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Then they should review how it went on their own by thinking about the strengths and weaknesses and how to improve for next time . Employer An effective interview process for an employee is one in which they secure the most suitable candidate . In order for the process to be effective there are a number of factors they should consider before , during and after the interview . Interviews are expensive to arrange so it is important that the whole process runs smoothly . A bad interview will give a bad impression for the employee and it may put them off . No discrimination should occur at any moment . Before the interview all the interviewers should be aware of the aim of the interview . They are to produce a suitable candidate , provide the candidate with suitable information and treat all candidate equally and fairly . The questions needs to be planned in advance , the employer can use the job description and person specification for this, there needs to be a variety such as open and closed questions . The employer should check all questions meet employment laws , are suitable for all ages / sexes / religions and there is no discrimination . The employer should ask all candidates the same questions so it is easier to be judged against and this eliminates bias . The employer needs to look for gaps in the application form , cv or letter of application and ask about them . ...read more.

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Introduce the interviewers and then ask about the employee?s journey . Also explain the structure of the interview . Make the candidate feel more welcome this will put them at ease and make them feel more comfortable . This candidate could be the most suitable but may just be nervous so it is in the employer?s best interest to make sure all candidates are at ease . The employer must always give the candidate time to think and do not rush them , although if they start to digress the employer needs to bring the employee back to the relevant point . The employer needs to explain the next stage of recruitment process to make sure the candidate understands what is going on . The employer finally needs to ask them if they have any final questions and thank them for their time and interest in the role . After the interview the interviewers need to bring all their notes together and discuss each candidate one by one and state the strengths and weaknesses and if they can be overcome . Then the employer needs to send letters to successful and unsuccessful candidates . The interviewers need to keep all notes as the candidates can ask for this afterwards , and this saves the business from discrimination charges . Also it is helpful for the employer to ask the employee if they are still interested in the job because if they are not time can be saved . ...read more.

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