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BEHAVIORAL INTERVIEW [1 record]

Record 1 2010-08-27

English

Subject field(s)
  • Recruiting of Personnel
CONT

A behaviour-based interview is one in which an interviewer tries to assess your past performances to get an indication of your future success. The questions usually begin with, "Describe a time when you…" or, "Tell me about a situation where you..." The interviewer if seeking specific examples that demonstrate that you have the skills needed for this job.

Key term(s)
  • behaviour based interview
  • behavior based interview

French

Domaine(s)
  • Recrutement du personnel
CONT

Les recruteurs font fréquemment appel à l'entrevue axée sur le comportement. Ce type d'entrevue repose sur le principe que le meilleur moyen de prévoir le rendement d'un candidat est d'analyser son rendement passé et présent.

OBS

Ce type d'entrevue fait appel à des mises en situation et s'appuie sur le comportement passé du candidat.

Spanish

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