16 January 2019 by Justin Rush
This interview style can see one or more interviewers take a candidate to lunch to test their social skills. They do this to see how they would fit with their company.
Lunch interviews tend to be a second interview rather than the first.
The interviewer gets to find out the social skills of the candidate and due to the interview being unstructured and not in an office, an informal atmosphere is created which puts both the interviewer and the candidate more at ease.
This also gives the candidate a chance to ask their questions regarding the job or the company in a more informal setting.
The Interview process is important for both the candidate and the interview. Hence why it is necessary that it is conducted in a way that will suit both parties.
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