What advice do you have for employers when it comes to conducting interviews with potential candidates?

You and the interviewer should engage in a conversation, a mutual exchange of information and ideas. Only through that dialogue will they be able to determine if you, the organization and the work are well matched. If you spend the interview talking, you might make a hiring decision because you liked the candidate rather than if the person is actually qualified for the position. Remember that during the interview process, candidates decide if they want to work for you just as much as you decide if you want to hire them.

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