First round interview for Candidate Screening: How to Guide

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  • First round interview for Candidate Screening: How to Guide

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Frequently Asked Questions

The first round interview is a one-on-one round in which the interviewer asks you about your work history, skills, experience, and everything relevant to the job and your portfolio.

When you conduct the first round interview, you must greet the interviewees politely and confidently. Remember that you are the face of your company for all the candidates. Refrain from reflecting your nervousness if you are new; present yourself confidently and make proper eye contact.

In general, there is no specific trick to analyze candidates. However, one thing that can help you be sure about the responses of every candidate is their body language. You need to study the body language cues of each candidate to have more clarity about them.

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