interview

  

Definition

Human resource management: A somewhat formal discussion between a hirer and an applicant or candidate, typically in person, in which information is exchanged, with the intention of establishing the applicant’s suitability for a position.

Use interview in a sentence

  • The lady knew she had done well on the job interview when the HR representative said, "You did well on the job interview!"

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  • The lady knew she had done well on the job interview when the HR representative said, "You did well on the job interview!"

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  • I felt like I did well at the job interview. The person interviewing me was very kind and it looked like he was impressed by my resume. I hope I get hired.

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Notable Quotes

  • Always Be Interviewing
    "I used to think business was 50 percent having the right people. Now I think it’s 80 percent. The best way to be productive is to have a great team. So I spend more time than most CEOs on human resources. I carry a little notebook with the names of 35 or 40 people in the company, and every week I look at it to make sure I’m in touch with everyone."
    - Kevin P. Ryan

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