When interviews become disrespectful

Posted by Bob Corlett on May 29, 2012

Imagine you are interviewing a senior executive candidate for a position with your organization. The candidate is an expert in her field, and the job market is good, so you expect she will receive job offers from other companies. Naturally you are keen not to offend her, but you also want to be absolutely sure she is qualified for the job. How do you conduct a rigorous and thorough interview process without crossing the line into becoming disrespectful? How far can you push without being obnoxious or offensive?

Let’s review what is and what is not respectful in the eyes of most candidates...

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Topics: Job interview, Hiring Managers