How to Write Situational Interview Questions and Increase Your Quality of Hire

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One of the most common expressions that you learn in “Interviewing 101” is that past behavior is the best predictor of future behavior. Start your interview questions with “tell me about a time when…” and the rest will take care of itself. This interview technique is better known as “Behavioral-Based Interviewing.” Note: although I’m Canadian, I’m using the American spelling for this post. Sorry eh. 

Behavioral Based Interviewing (BBI) certainly has its merits. I’m a proponent for including behavioral questions in every interview. But

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