"Behavioral Interviewing: The Worst Possible Way To Hire Someone”
By Liz Ryan
"The key to getting your managers off their infatuation with behavioral interviewing is to suggest a better approach. Behavioral interviews are the ones where you ask job applicants "Tell me about a time when you solved a difficult problem" or "Tell me about a time when you dealt with an angry customer."
Behavioral interviewing came on strong in the nineteen-eighties and has died out in many organizations, but some folks are just now hearing about it. They are behind the times, but it won't help your case to tell them that!
Here are five reasons behavioral interviewing is one of the worst possible ways to interview someone:"
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