Behavioral-Based Interview

In a behavior-based interview, candidates are asked to answer questions or provide specific examples relating to their past job experiences and how they handled certain situations.  The hiring manager or interviewer first usually creates a list skills and competencies required for the position, and then develops a list of specific questions aimed at discovering a candidate’s actual level of experience based on their past behavior to predict how they may handle similar situations in the role.    


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