4 ways hiring managers are ruining job interviews

4 ways hiring managers are ruining job interviews

Being ill-prepared for an interview is a ‘thou shalt not’ for candidates, so why should those hiring get away with it?

Hiring managers are expected to be well-versed about the job role, company they’re hiring for and should command the same amount of professionalism that is required from the candidate – however, that’s not always the case.

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