As part of your hiring process, do you conduct phone interviews with candidates? The following phone screens are available
Using interview questions to screen candidates will assist you in determining who should be invited to an in-person interview
During the initial stages of hiring, telephone interviews are helpful. In addition, they provide a method of rejecting candidates who do not possess the necessary skills for a particular position. It is not necessary for you to include questions that require the candidate to think too much. An in-person interview is better suited to asking complex questions (such as behavioral and situational questions).
Remote workers and distributed teams may also find phone screening interviews convenient. A hiring team can conduct phone (and video) interviews to evaluate candidates’ skills, and then invite two or three candidates to the final face-to-face interview with the CEO of the company.
We will discuss the following topics:
Questions to ask during a phone interview
Interview tips for conducting a telephone interview
Flags of concern
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