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  1. Review the job description.  Underline the essential knowledges, skills and abilities that the successful candidate should possess.  Match each knowledge, skill or ability to our Question Bank for sample questions.

  2. Review your questions to make sure that the questions are job-related.

  3. Look for eye contact in the interview.

  4. Listen to the voice.  Lack of confidence in the tone of the voice may be  a sign of lack of self-confidence.

  5. Don't mistake quantity for quality.  Just because a candidate has 5 years of experience doesn't mean that they're necessarily qualified for the job you're trying to fill.  Explore the depth and breadth of that experience.

  6. Don't accept everything that a candidate says at face value.   For example, if the candidate says they would use progressive discipline, ask the candidate, "What is progressive discipline?".








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