Behavioral interviews consist of questions that hiring managers ask to ensure applicants describe specific details about an issue during the job interview. (You may remember this from your early days using the S.T.A.R. method.) How the applicant answers can easily tell you much more about their work ethic and style than you think. Today, we’re at looking the “P.A.R. Technique.” What is this technique, you ask?
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