An interview can be a very challenging task for both the interviewer and the interviewee as well. It is commonly believed that the interviewee does not require much preparation for an interview but in reality, interviewers also need to fully prepare themselves in asking the appropriate questions that help to evaluate the candidate. Interviewers need not worry about preparing for interview’s anymore as OrangeHRM has made life easier for the interviewee through a unique feature that facilitates the interviewer's job. This feature helps the interviewer to prepare unique interview templates that helps to test different aspects relating to the job he/ she applied for. This function can be performed by any user role that has the privilege to conduct the interview, for an example; even an ESS who has been provided with the privilege to conduct or coordinate the interview can use this feature to conduct the interview.
To access this feature go to Recruitment -> Candidates. The ‘ Candidates’ screen is displayed after following the above path.
Step 1 - Select the candidate from the list that is under the ‘ Interview’ stage and click on that candidate’s profile, then click to start the interview. A series of questions appear based on the template defined for the interview.
Step 2 - Select the candidate who is being interviewed and click to open that candidate’s profile, then click to start the interview. A series of questions appear based on the template defined for the interview.
Step 3 - Use the displayed questions to conduct the interview. As the candidate answers each question, rate their answer, add any desired comments, and click Next.
Step 4 - Once all questions within a section have been prompted, the candidate’s overall score for that section appears. Change the score if needed, add any desired comments, and click Proceed to move to the next section.
Step 5 - Click to stop the interview. Upon stopping the interview the following screen appears.
Step 5 - The user can enter the ‘Interview Status’ based on the defined outcome. If the user had defined the outcome as ‘Pass or fail’ previously then the user can choose either of the options. Else, if the user had defined a ‘numeric score’ the user can enter the marks which the interviewee has scored. Also, the user can add his/ her final comment.
Step 6- After clicking ‘STOP INTERVIEW’ the candidate’s final score appears on the bottom of the page. The image below illustrates the final score of the candidate.
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