employment interview


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Noun1.employment interview - an interview to determine whether an applicant is suitable for a position of employmentemployment interview - an interview to determine whether an applicant is suitable for a position of employment
interview - the questioning of a person (or a conversation in which information is elicited); often conducted by journalists; "my interviews with teenagers revealed a weakening of religious bonds"
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For recent graduates from nursing schools who will be applying for their first nursing job, and for experienced nurses who are thinking of changing jobs, Keogh presents a guide to the employment interview.
Helm fully disclosed the circumstances surrounding her termination from TYC at the time of her employment interview with the Commission," Porter said.
The program will feature academic activities, such as foreign language studies and STEM courses; vocational activities such as career path assessment tests, employment interview techniques, and C.
It is therefore lawful for an employer to inquire about an applicant's authorization to work prior to, or during an employment interview.
The ability to manipulate impressions is unlike a real employment interview that only affords the interviewee one opportunity to make a first impression on the interviewer.
The Supreme Court has just heard oral arguments in a case over a teenager who was denied a sales job at Abercrombie & Fitch after she came in wearing a headscarf, formally known as a hijab, for an employment interview.
Q: I'm surprised that a company I hadn't applied to wants to schedule an employment interview with me on Skype.
Extensive literature supports the use of a structured interview technique in the employment interview process, incorporating either behavioral or situational questioning directed at determining how a candidate has responded or might respond to a particular situation.
It was an opportunity to make contact with potential partners and open new markets for his company, which offers a digital employment interview platform.
The goal of an employment interview is to help figure out whether the person being interviewed is a good fit for the job being offered.
One Iranian told Radio Zamaneh he had received a letter from a firm with which he had had an employment interview informing him that the Dutch immigration service subsequently visited the firm and said it was forbidden to hire Iranian professionals because of the EU sanctions.
The employment interview is the most frequently used selection device, but the majority of employment interviews are conducted by individuals with little or no training in the process (Chapman and Zweig, 2005; van der Zee el al.

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