An interview is a two way process - Turner Wise Recruitment

post2An interview is a two-way process because both the interviewer and the interviewee have specific goals and objectives they want to achieve.

From the perspective of the interviewer, they are looking to gather information about the candidate’s qualifications, skills, and experience to determine if they are a good fit for the role and the company. The interviewer wants to assess the candidate’s ability to contribute to the organization and meet its needs.

On the other hand, from the perspective of the interviewee, they have their own set of objectives. They want to learn more about the company, the role itself, and the work environment to assess if it aligns with their own goals, values, and career aspirations. They also want to understand the expectations, responsibilities, and potential opportunities for growth and development.

By treating the interview as a two-way process, both parties have the opportunity to ask questions, exchange information, and evaluate if there is a mutual fit. It allows the candidate to gain insight into the company culture, team dynamics, and career prospects, while giving the interviewer a chance to learn more about the candidate’s interests, motivations, and potential contributions.

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