By the end of this chapter, you should be able to:
• Identify the occasions for and ingredients of telephone and face-to-face screening interviews.
• Define what areas to cover in campus interviews.
• Focus on job-specific tangible and intangible qualities in employment interviews.
• Recognize who to talk to and what areas to concentrate on in reference-check interviews.
There are four primary types of interviews associated with applicants: screening, campus, employment, and reference check. In Chapter 1, we followed Jordan Saunders through 12 different types of interviews in 18 ...