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Question: “At my office, we are bombarded with e-mail, multiple phone lines ringing, interoffice instant messaging and people walking in and out of cubicles all at the same time. When we describe the office scenario in interviews, job candidates nod and say they can handle it. Then they get here and say, “Why didn’t you say it was this busy?” — Kristin Patterson
A simple shift in the way you ask interview questions can dramatically boost your chances of identifying a candidate who'll succeed at the job. Research shows that behavioral interviewing no longer gives you all the results you used to get....Click here to find out more.