Which Question Best Serves The Purpose of an Interview?

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Which Question Best Serves The  Purpose of an Interview?

Hiring the right employee can mean the difference between the successful, smooth running of your business and incurring lots of stress, spending time and money on training the wrong person, and ultimately repeating the process until you have hired the right candidate. Streamlining your interview process to the point where you, the employer, can ask specific questions that pinpoint the skills, attributes, and character traits you are looking for can eliminate the wasted time, money, and headache that comes from choosing someone unfit for the job. That begs the question which question best serves the purpose of an interview? Here are some things to look for when interviewing your next job candidates.