The interview process is the most widely used assessment method when recruiting new staff. It would be unusual to assess shortlisted candidates without first arranging an interview for them with at least one person in the organisation. However, when recruiting new staff it is important to use effective interviewing techniques to make sure you appoint the most appropriate person to the role. You should also be aware of the potential legal pitfalls when interviewing.
This guide sets out the main issues to bear in mind when interviewing for a new member of staff. It deals with the following questions.
What are my legal obligations when interviewing?
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