Both candidates and hiring managers tend to be on their best behavior during an interview. Most people walk in and present the very best version of themselves. Across the table, the interviewer presents the very best version of the hiring firm. And that can make it difficult to really get to know each other, even in the second or third round of the interview process.
So once all of the details like background, skill set and compensation are reviewed, how do you really make sure you have a good fit in both directions? Read more