Behavioural Interview definition

Interviews that specifically focus on whether a candidate’s past behaviour and tendency towards particular behaviours make them suitable for the position on offer. This typically involves the interviewer asking for specific examples of how the candidate has responded to different workplace situations and then seeing if these fit in line with the role’s requirements and the company’s values. Behavioural interviews may also involve role-playing scenarios and written tests.


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