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Integrity Structured Interview

The most obvious way to assess the integrity and honesty of an individual is to interview them and ask questions that seem relevant to the evaluation of the job applicant’s character and integrity. Our web based interview question generator helps employers, recruiters and human resources create custom interview forms for any position.

Online Competency-based Interview Questions

Competency-based interviews (also called structured or behavioural interviews) are more systematic, with each question targeting a specific competency.

Competency-based interviews are interviews where each question is designed to test one or more specific competencies. Candidates are asked questions relating to their behaviour in specific circumstances, which they then need to back up with concrete examples. The answer is then matched against pre-decided criteria and marked accordingly.

The system allows users to choose from standard interview questions, or to create their own questions. Questions are grouped into sections and are displayed on the completed form within these groups. A user may customise however they want, including adding custom questions, or changing the sections that the chosen questions are placed. Once the interview is built online, the Finish tab will display the interview form. When the employer is ready, they can click the print button on the Finish tab.

Structured Competency-Based Interviews

A structured interview is an assessment method designed to measure job-related competencies of candidates by systematically inquiring about their behaviour in past experiences and/or their proposed behaviour in hypothetical situations.

Generally speaking, structured interviews ensure candidates have equal opportunities to provide information and are assessed accurately and consistently.

Structured interviews are popular because they are more personal than other assessment methods. Other benefits of structured interviews are:

  • They can evaluate competencies that are difficult to measure using other assessment methods (e.g., Interpersonal Skills)
  • All candidates are asked the same predetermined questions in the same order
  • All responses are evaluated using the same rating scale and standards for acceptable answers

A structured interview may be defined as a series of job-related questions with predetermined answers that are consistently applied across all interviews for a particular job.