1/7/2013

The opening questions of a job interview should be designed to put the candidate at ease, especially if the rest of the process is expected to be grueling, business experts say. Make sure you're not reading a candidate's résumé for the first time as it is being discussed, and use the interview to sniff out any inconsistencies between how candidates portray themselves on paper and how they talk about their job experiences, they suggest.

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