Common Problems in an Interview
An interview is a procedure design to obtain information from a person through oral response to oral inquiries. (Garry Dessler). It is a formal consultation usually to evaluate qualifications (as of a prospective student or employee). Under these processes, job seekers invited to appear at the interview board with their relevant academic and other qualification records.
The Problems in an Interview: there are some problems in an interview. These are given below –
- A personal bias of an interviewer;
- Interviewer’s personal preferences;
- Discrimination against minorities, woman, older worker, and persons with disabilities;
- Weakness in the candidate’s background may be overlooked;
- Too many faces and names in too short a time;
- Inconsistency between candidates;
- The proper phrasing and timing of question is often a difficult problem to solve;
- Interviews are inherently dishonest;
- Interview questions are not directly related to the needed skills.