supervisors are responsible for interviewing applicants for their vacant
positions. If the candidate pool is not sufficient to select several qualified
applicants, the hiring supervisor should contact the HR consultant to discuss
additional recruitment strategies.
supervisors can conduct telephone interviews only as an initial screening
device.Telephone interviews do not
replace in-person interviews.
should be limited to employees who have regular contact with the position and
whose work is affected by the position.
must be knowledgeable of typical interview questions and guidelines on what questions
are legal and illegal. HR can train committees on effective interviewing and
applicant evaluation techniques.
interviews are completed, the committee should meet to gather data and evaluate
the applicants.The hiring supervisor
has the option to consider the committee’s evaluations, but does retain the right
to make the final selection.
a decision is made, the supervisor will advise the committee.
interview structure is as follows:
and provide an overview of the position, ABC and the hiring department.
the candidate questions about his her work experience and qualifications.
the candidate to ask questions.
when a decision will be made.
must provide a list of enter number
references to the hiring supervisor prior to the interview via the application
form or resume.