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Intuition, interesting to apply during an interview.
Selecting a suitable candidate for the job depends on the outcome of the interview and if need be for explanation why a particular candidate is selected that is done too.
Gut feel is important to add to the decision making process but you must be able to justify your gut feeling.
how competent the candidate is
In reaching a decision, the interviewer makes a final decision. The planning of the selection process will help him/her to reach an objective decision and quote or reference the necessary information from each applicant to enable.
one question how an HR can reach a decision sure even if he read about the job that not enough so to understand the job requirements, he should go and look closely at how the job is being executed by other employees as sure he cant take their place
an interviewer should not only base their decision on the agreed criteria but also take into consideration the person specification and the interviewer intuition of the person before hiring
What are the factors to consider in arriving to a final decision
To select perfect applicants, you should review and their application form, their reason and discuss with your colleagues who is suitable for vacancy. Then, you can finally make decision and confirm it.
Having seen all the candidates, you can now start to pull together your notes and impressions and make a final decision.
It is probably worth allowing a little time to gather your thoughts and/or discuss initial observations with colleagues or the interview panel after every interview so that your memory is not confused.
The person specification should again play a major role in your final decision.
Your questions should have been geared to elicit the necessary information from each applicant to enable you to ascertain their suitability against the agreed criteria.
The planning of the selection process will help you to reach an objective decision, but intuition cannot be completely ignored.
What is important is that you can explain objectively - preferably to colleagues and not just to yourself - the basis of your intuition.
If you feel that one candidate would fit perfectly into your team, what is it - precisely - that gives you that impression?