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    Any wrong???????????

    Melissa Morrow had an unusual job interview.The interviewer asked many unusual questions .She was shocked but finally handled herself well.
    It was a type of job interview that included tough,confusing questions,long silence and negative evaluation of the candidate.
    Some positions require an ability to handle just this kind of pressure but it not necessary for all jobs.
    The unfriendly situation of a stress interview gives a interviewer a chance to watch a candidate react to pressure.
    If you manage it well,you would encounter all same situations in your job.
    Stress questioning is not appropriate for the all jobs instead it may cause a good candidate to refuse the job after a hostile interview.
    In some countries some questions are illegal and the employer must hire only on the basis of skills and exprienced. If the questions are not related to the job, you can ask about the reason and If you 're not persuaded, you can deny to answer them.
    All interviews creat stress.
    If you expect it you can stay calm even in a stress situation.

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    Re: Any wrong???????????

    Quote Originally Posted by sanioli View Post
    Melissa Morrow had an unusual job interview.The interviewer asked many unusual questions .She was shocked but finally handled herself well.
    It was a type of job interview that included tough,confusing questions,long silence and a negative evaluation of the candidate.
    Some positions require an ability to handle just this kind of pressure but it notisn't necessary for all jobs.
    The unfriendly situation of a stressful interview gives an interviewer a chance to watch a candidate react to pressure.
    If you manage it well,you would could encounter all the same situations in your job.
    Stress questioning is not appropriate for the all jobs, instead, it may cause a good candidate to refuse the job after a hostile interview.
    In some countries, some questions are illegal and the employer must hire only on the basis of skills and exprienced. If the questions are not related to the job, you can ask about the reason and if you 're not persuadedconvinced, you can denyrefuse to answer them.
    All interviews create stress.
    If you expect it you can stay remain calm even in a stressful situation.
    My suggestions.

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