Glossary

Interview scorecard

An interview scorecard, or an interview rating sheet, is a form filled out for each candidate as an interview progresses. Standardized criteria and questions for candidate evaluation are established before the interview. Then, during the interview, the hiring professional uses the scorecard to rate the candidate’s responses and take down notes. This scoring and notetaking can begin on first contact with the candidate.

To learn more check out this blog post:
https://clovers.ai/resources/interview-scorecards/

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