While traditional job interviews are still widely practiced, many Employers and Recruiters agree that they don’t always provide a holistic view of Candidates – and can even limit the diversity of hires. For example, some Candidates might have difficulty verbally articulating why they are the best fit for the job, while others might be restricted by the hours and locations offered for interviews. This can be a huge hinderance when looking for a job as a candidate, or when looking to expand the diversity of your workforce.
J Kruk & G O'Donnell
The best answers to the inevitable interview question
As your interview comes to a close, you can’t help but feel quietly confident that you have managed to impress the interviewer. You’ve provided them with some great responses, highlighted your relevant experience, and demonstrated why you’re the best candidate for the job. Then comes the inevitable question – “Are there any questions you would like to ask?”
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