Contacting the Employer

One way companies can save time during the hiring process is to conduct one or more group interviews with a candidate. In a group interview, employers place you in a room with several people at a time rather than have you meet individually with members of the organization. Questions can come from anyone at any time, and each member in the group will evaluate you.

If you are asked a question in a group interview, be sure that you always address the person asking the question, but try to maintain good eye contact with several members of the group when answering a question. The key to succeeding in a group interview is to remain focused. Don’t let the number of people squeezed into the room intimidate you.

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