The available data on the subject was analyzed and interpreted to briefly explain the details and technicalities which are used in conducting these resources and later on through the course of this report, two types of interviews that are most popular amongst organizations are discussed and explained. Their advantages and disadvantages of the usage of these two interview types are discusses along with a compare and contrast of the latter.
Because of the physical presence of the candidate, job interviews tend to be the best way for communication. A candidate’s body language, confidence level, expressions, and communication skills can be most visible in his/her physical presence, it is believed that job interviews can play a major role in helping the organization to decide whether the employee can be a good fit for the organization or not.
Interviews can either be conducted in a structured way with questions framed prior to the interview by the interview, or in an unstructured way where questions are asked according to the course of the conversation. Different types of Interviews are The Screening Interview, which are used to filter-out the best possible candidates based on general attributes such as confidence, stress management, previous work experience, adaptability etc. Then, Stress interviews are used to gauge how much stress can a person tolerate. Then comes behavioral interviews what gauge the past behavior of the employees. Meal-time interviews are held for positions which involve frequent interaction with the organization’s stakeholders to see how a candidate would act as a host and a guest (Dessler 2003). Group interviews are also used later in the Selection Process to get a complete picture of the personality and abilities of the candidates. Discussed following, are the compare and contrast, and advantages and disadvantages of Group Discussion Interviews and Group Panel Interviews that are