By Carole Martin
What exactly is this technique called Behavioral Interviewing?
It’s a technique employers use to determine whether you are a good fit for the job by asking questions that pertain to your past behavior.
When being interviewed, anybody can say they are a “great problem solver,” or a “hard worker.” But when the person is asked for an example showing how he or she solved a problem or worked hard in past jobs, then the interviewer wants proof that they have done what they say they can do.
An example of a behavioral question would be:
“Tell me about a time when you were successful because you worked hard and went above and beyond the assigned duties of the job.”
Is this a new technique?
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