Once you have perfected your application form and been successfully shortlisted, the next stage you will face in the recruitment process will most likely involve an interview. This could either be a stand-alone interview or one activity within an assessment centre. Through the interview process employers will be looking to identify three things: Telephone interviews are often used as the first stage in the graduate scheme recruitment process. Increasingly replaced by the use of ‘video interviews’, this style of interview is often conducted with a member of human resources or, occasionally, outsourced to a specialist company. This round of interviews is traditionally used to determine your interest in the role and to establish that you meet the basic requirements.
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