Google is Changing Their Interview Hiring Practices, Should your Organization Follow?
October 03, 2013
How many basketballs can you fit in a school bus? You probably don’t know the answer to that question, but, if you were interviewed for a job at Google last year, you may have been asked to reason your way through some semblance of an answer. In fact, Google has been known for many years as a company with very unique interview questions. But a recent article suggests Google’s Senior VP of People Operations, Laszlo Bock, has decided to move away from their old “brain teaser” type questions, and to start asking Structured Behavioral Interview Questions.
In this session, we will discuss the old Google interview questions, the process being described now by Laszlo Bock, how Google came to the decision to shake things up, and why you might want to consider the same in your organization.
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