How to manage the interview process effectively

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This whitepaper, the second in our whitepaper series, has been created to help employers better understand the interview process and provide insight into how candidates approach interviews and the discrepancies between this and employer perceptions of the process.

Based on the survey responses of 956 job seekers and 310 hiring managers

Key findings include

  • 73% of organisations provide interview guidelines for hiring managers to follow
  • 81% of job seekers consider the appearance of interviewers to be ‘important’ or ‘very important’ to their first impression of a business
  • 40% of job seekers have experienced questions irrelevant to the role or themselves during a job interview
  • 99% of job seekers believe they should receive feedback on their job interview performance
  • 74% of job seekers have been for a job interview and not received any feedback
  • 95% of job seekers would tell others about a poor interview experience
This whitepaper has been created to help employers better understand the interview process and provide insight into how candidates approach interviews 99% of job seekers believe they should eceive feedback on their job interview performance

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