Give a status defined for each role, since they give support to the frame. The interview itself: In this stage, we develop fully the concept of interview as a process of communication and a key technical resource for recruitment. It is the moment that begins to unfold the link that we have built with the applicant during the warm-up act as link royal road to determine the suitability of the candidate's profile to a specific job profile in a particular company. Questions should be broad and neutral, and which thus allow to be the respondent who gives sense and meaning to the answers. At this point, it is essential to break some myths about the concept of interview. Sometimes, we tend to fall into the temptation of thinking that is the interviewer who holds power in this process. The reality is that in an interview properly managed, it does not.
Thus, the exchange thread emerges from the discourse of the interviewee, the interviewer being responsible for managing and following up the interview. It is important to notice these preconceptions, it is this definition which ultimately determines the style of relationship and communication. Another guiding principle refers to believe that the first impression is that counts. This concept is not only false, but that leads us to interpret what we perceive in the light of our prejudices and prevents us from addressing the respondent with some degree of naivety. Thus, we run the risk of conceiving the interview as an oracle and not as a place of learning and mutual understanding.