When Bad Interviewers Happen To Good People
Forbes, April 3rd, 2019
April 14, 2019,
Volume 253, Issue 2

"When you're in an interview with a bad or inexperienced interviewer, they're not giving you the opportunity to truly make the case for your candidacy," notes Robert Hellmann in Forbes. "They're not asking you the right (or any) questions, and in fact they may be turning you off by their behavior.

Very often, however, you can find a way to change the subject back to their number one question, "How can you help me?" and thus do both of you favor; they will get their answer and you'll stand out from the competition as the candidate who answered this key question. Let's look at how to improve your outcome in four of the most common bad-interviewer scenarios..."

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