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The strongest interviewees always make the best hires
Some people are naturally better at interviewing than others. The more experience a recruiter gains, the more obvious this fact is likely to become. But early in their career, many talent professionals admit they may have mistaken confidence for capability.
“The candidate with the strongest interview might not be the right choice,” says Joey Shirely, manager of global talent acquisition at nonprofit organization Compassion International. “An interview isn’t always a strong predictor of performance, and it’s not always the candidate’s fault if they can’t properly articulate their past experience.”
“A lot of candidates don’t interview well, often because the interviewer isn’t good at interviewing,” John Vlastelica adds.
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