By | Emily Rella | www.entrepreneur.com
If you’ve ever interviewed at Apple, then you’d know that many of the company’s interviews are done in a group format, where one employee will interview multiple candidates at the same time.
During these interviews, Apple uses three strategies to gauge all they can about a candidate before moving forward to the next round — and none of these strategies have anything to do with how well a candidate answers questions about the job.
Candidates are asked to participate in an icebreaker
Though it might seem silly asking job candidates (nonetheless ones that are competing for the same position) to participate in getting-to-know-you games, but according to Inc., it shows how candidates will act in a typical office dynamic and interact with people in other departments to collaborate on projects.