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Interview Types: Group vs. One-on-One vs. Panel

Interview Types: Group vs. One-on-One vs. Panel

While the Great Resignation has led to record numbers of workers becoming their own bosses, the reality is that most employees are looking for better employers. So, for many organizations, turnover eventually turns into a hiring surge. And in the wake of that surging applicant pool, hiring managers are looking for better ways to find the best candidate for the job.


Types of Interview Formats

The interview is where you find that fit. Most hiring managers change up the interview questions to fit the position, but it’s important to consider whether the interview format needs to be tailored as well.

In the latest episode of HR Party of One—BerniePortal's popular podcast and YouTube Series—guest host Taylor Dennis compares three common interview formats: one-on-one, panel, and group interviews. By the end, you’ll have a much better idea which format is best for the position you’re hiring for.


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