The interview is often the most exciting part of recruitment and hiring. After weeks of corresponding by email or on the phone, finally you get the chance to put a face to the name and have a proper conversation with your candidate.
However, it’s also possible for the interview to be the end of that exciting relationship. It’s a make-or-break moment, and there are some things that can tip the scale far closer to the ‘break’ than the ‘make’.
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