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How would you get the interviewee to talk during an appraisal interview?


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2014-10-06 23:37:53
2014-10-06 23:37:53

You shouldn't have to get the interviewee to talk. They should know they are there for an interview and would know they would be expected to talk. You can be warm and welcoming and make them feel comfortable.

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