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Job Interview Checklist for Employers

Before the interview

  • Have a set of role-specific questions focusing on the job description.
  • Personalize your questions to match with each candidate based on what you have learned from their CVs.
  • Make your questions focused and unambiguous.
  • Vary the style of questions so that you can analyze intangibles such as attitudes and personality.
  • Incorporate a set of behavioral and situational questions that allows candidates to express themselves in more detail.
  • For example, What is the toughest project you have handled so far and how well did you handle it? When was the last time you made a mistake and how did you rectify it? Have you made any changes at work, and did they help improve the performance?
  • Discuss the structure and the outline of the interview.
  • Clarify the roles of the panel in the interview process.
  • Set boundaries as to what questions to ask and what to avoid.
  • Train them on how to handle the interview and how to rate a candidate in an interview.

During the interview

  • Talk about the vision and mission and how the company tries to achieve it.
    The perks of working for your organization.
  • Explain how the company culture benefits new workers.
  • Demonstrate what the company does to make employees satisfied and successful at work.
  • Mention the major accomplishments and any awards that your organization has won recently.
  • Convey the plans to expand or grow your company.

After the interview

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