While this may be enough time for the candidate to determine if the role is in their area of expertise and meets their salary requirements, it probably isn’t enough for them to evaluate if they’re the best fit for the role.
If you’re an interviewer, this is where the phone interview can come in handy. Instead of taking time to coordinate an in-person interview, a phone interview requires only a few minutes of your time and can quickly and easily determine if the candidate is qualified for the role.
Hireology produced the following infographic to review questions you should -- and shouldn’t -- ask in a phone interview to decide if a candidate should move forward in the recruiting process. Check it out below to sharpen your phone interview skills.
What questions do you always make sure to ask during a phone interview? Share with us in the comments below.
Originally published Nov 30, 2016 6:00:00 AM, updated February 01 2017