1. Screening method
Screening methods are generally implemented when the employer has a large candidates they want to narrow down to a more manageable number.
2. Behavioral interview
In this, candidates are asked to show their experience, skills and activities etc -. Examples of previous behavior
3. Stress method
The stress process is created to find candidates who can handle stress situations, and handle it well. For some jobs, jobholders has to work under high pressure so that employers need to check this ability candidate.
4. Situational interview
A situational approach uses hypothetical situations / events in the form of a question. Candidates are asked how they would react if they up to the event. The situational interview, jobseekers are asked to respond to specific situations they may face in their work, and some of its elements are similar conduct interviews.
5. Phone interview
phone is a procedure conducted by telephone. Most screening interviews done by telephone interview. A phone interview is also used when candidates living in other countries.
6. Face to face
face to face interview (0:59 interview) is the interview process and just involves the interviewer and interviewee alone in a private office. This is also known traditional interview where job seekers meet employers face to face
all candidates / job seekers will be in the same room during the interview with one or any interview.
A panel is a technology that allows any party rental company to interview the interviewee at the same time. A panel mentioned interview one participant.
9. Unstructured technology
unstructured interview process are interviews where questions can be changed to meet the identified respondent, understanding.
10. Structured techniques
The interviewer usually set / series of questions that are asked of all the candidates. The participants read the questions exactly as they appear on the questionnaire.