Second interview questions give discerning interviewees a chance to differentiate themselves.
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RAISE YOUR HAND IF YOU remember Shalamar’s ’70s hit “The Second Time Around.” According to the lyrics, when it comes to romantic love, “the second time is so much better, baby.”
The same can be said of job interviews, too.
Modern companies should use multiple rounds of interviews in the hiring process, according to “Power Moves,” a book by psychologist Adam Grant, professor at the Wharton School at University of Pennsylvania. Second interviews help hiring managers discern whether job seekers are genuinely qualified instead of simply well rehearsed. Candidates with fake or hyperbolic answers will likely have a difficult time maintaining that façade over the course of several conversations. READ MORE