The interview is the backbone of the hiring process. It’s usually the first chance employers get to speak with candidates face-to-face (or through a screen) and contributes a large portion of the information hiring managers use to make their final decisions. Interviews can make or break a candidate so it’s important to get them right. But it’s not just the candidates who need to worry about interviewing properly. Hiring teams can inadvertently cost themselves strong employees by making a few common interviewing mistakes. Next time you hire, what pitfalls should you avoid as you head into your interview rounds?