Hire Faster – By Reducing “Quickly-Ended” Initial Interviews (A small fixable problem with significant negative impacts)

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A quickly-ended interview is when after 1-2 unsatisfactory candidate answers, you just want to end it. And afterward, frustrated hiring managers will openly wonder why this clearly flawed candidate was ever scheduled for an interview. These problematic interviews are labeled as “quickly-ended” because, during the first few minutes, they were abruptly ended (at least mentally) by the interviewer. After the candidate couldn’t provide enough information to support the areas in their resume that we had labeled as “of concern.”

Yes, All Experienced Interviewers Have Suffered Through A “Quickly-Ended” Interview

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