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Should employers spill the beans on interview questions, prior to interview?

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Recently, John Lewis Partnership, started sharing their interview questions ahead of time to help jobseekers feel more prepared and confident.

Here's a quick summary of what they're doing:

Transparent Process:

 John Lewis Partnership has published the job interview questions candidates might be asked on its careers site.

Supportive Approach:

They want jobseekers to feel more comfortable and encourage applications by outlining their recruitment process and the values they seek in employees.

Preparation Aid:

The company shares a range of questions to help potential recruits prepare examples demonstrating how they meet the criteria.

Inclusive Benefits:

This transparency particularly benefits neurodivergent individuals but is also aimed at a broad range of candidates who might feel daunted by the recruitment process.

Business Sense:

Lorna Bullett, the talent acquisition lead, emphasized that this approach helps candidates better showcase their abilities, ensuring a good fit for the role.

 

To read the full article, it can be found here: John Lewis publishes job interview questions to aid preparation - Personnel Today

So, what do you think? Should employers reveal interview questions in advance?

Yes or No? Any thoughts to share on this?

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