Are Peer Interviews The Secret To Great Candidate Experience?

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A traditional hiring process — admittedly, the definition of “traditional” is changing, and varies by company — usually involves a hiring manager needing headcount for a specific role, meeting with a member of the recruiting team, and going over the role. A sourcer/recruiter then finds some candidates, screens them, and presents a “short list” to the hiring manager, who will look it over, take the recruiter’s comments into account, and decide who they want to interview. After those interviews, and often some form of assessment, someone in the process will receive an offer.

You may notice this process involves just the

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