Have you ever hired someone who seemed like a star in the interview but ended up being a dud on the job? If so, you’re not alone.

According to multiple research studies, traditional interview questions often fail to reveal whether a candidate will succeed in your organization.

But a recent study found one type of question that is especially predictive of an employee’s future success.

In this Quick Take you will learn:

  • What a major study of job interviews discovered about why traditional interview questions so often fail to predict future performance
  • Why “situational interview” questions far outperformed all others in the study
  • How to create and use these questions, based on the specific job you need to fill

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