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How to Develop Interview Questions

Your Employment Consultant can work with you to devise the best interview questions for capturing your interview data in a meaningful form, and in a form that will enable you to make the best hiring decision.

For example, you may wish to use behavior-based interview questions, combined with other types of questions (e.g. situational or open-ended). Behavioral interview questions are often most predictive of future success on the job. At no time should any interview include questions about race, national origin, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender, disability, marital status, child care, or other personal characteristics that are not job-related.

Interview questions should relate to the job and the competencies necessary for success.

In addition, your Employment Consultant can work with you to design customized interview questions that meet policy requirements and help structure an appropriate interview process.

Please call your Employment Consultant for more information.

Campus Human Resources, Employment Services
Phone: (310) 794-0890 | Fax: (310) 794-0895