Asking job candidates how they would act in hypothetical situations is a recipe for exaggeration or even untruths. Asking about past behavior is a better predictor of future behavior. Behavioral-based interviewing provides a more objective set of facts to make employment decisions than other interviewing methods. You walk away with real-world examples of how your candidate handled actual work scenarios so you can decide (in two interviews or less) if that fits with the job opening. Attend this session to learn more on behavioral interviewing and how it maximizes the interview process.