What is behavioural interviewing and how does it work?
Behavioural recruiting is a method of recruiting that focuses on hiring candidates who match the behaviours needed for success in the role.
To do this, recruiters use a variety of tools, including behavioural interviews and assessments like flowprofiler®. They also consider factors such as a candidate’s past job performance and culture fit.
This approach can be particularly useful for roles that require specific skills or behaviours. It can also be used to identify candidates who may not have the traditional qualifications or experience but who have the right behaviours to excel in the right role.
The benefits of using behavioural interviewing in the hiring process
Organisations are always looking for ways to improve their hiring processes and behavioural recruiting is gaining popularity. There are several advantages to using this type of recruitment. It can:
One of the main reasons why employees leave organisations is because they are not a good fit for the role. By using behavioural recruiting, you can reduce the chances of hiring someone who is not suited to the role, which can save money and reduce turnover.
Improve team dynamics.
Another benefit of behavioural recruiting is that it can help to improve team dynamics. By understanding a candidate’s behaviour, you can ensure that they will be a good fit for the team and that they will work well with others.
Identify candidates who are likely to be successful in the role
By understanding how a candidate has behaved in similar situations in the past, you can get a good idea of how they will perform in the future.