LPHR Magazine (March 2013) - Page 69

HIRING LPHR 3/13 BEHAVIORAL INTERVIEWS Behavioral interviewing is a widely used mode of job interviewing. A behavioral interview requires job seekers to relate stories and personal experiences about how they’ve handled challenges in the past. Past behavior is a better predictor of future behavior. It is said to be 55% predictive of future behavior. Incorporating behavioral interviewing questions in your hiring process has many benefits. You will find that behavioral interview questions are designed to reveal the extent to which a person will behave in a number of different types of situations. Prepare excellent interview questions or answers to common behavioral questions using the interview questions on the next page. MARCH 2013 | LPRH.CO HUMAN RESOURCES | Hiring