career and skills
Telephonic Interview Round
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We highly recommend that you read our blog: How to Prepare for a Telephonic Interview. It will help you understand what to expect in a telephonic interview.
What exactly Recruiters look for in candidates during the Telephonic Interview
A telephonic interview is a combination of a conversation and a Q & A session. A series of questions will be shot at you. So, be ready to tackle them all with confidence.
Behavioral Competencies consist of behavioral attributes, moral fabric, and personality traits a person possesses, along with their knowledge and skillsets. During the interview process, recruiters check whether the behavioral competencies of the candidates are in sync with the company’s expectations, ethos, and work ethic.
This is necessary in order to determine how successful a candidate will be at the job he/ she has applied for. It can help identify a candidate’s behavioral strengths for future success at the workplace. Employers look for problem solvers and people with the tenacity to overcome tough situations. A telephonic interview, where a candidate can be judged on how effectively they can communicate their behavioral competencies using their voice, is an excellent method for screening prospective employees.
You, therefore, need to be on your toes to nail this particular round of interviews.