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How Candidates Demotivates other Candidates to reduce competition in Job Interviews

How Candidates Demotivates other Candidates to Reduce Competition.

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I can understand your feelings to some extent and your excitement to know an article like this. There may be mixed feelings on this article but my main motive is only to educate and provide you info in all aspects so that no candidates suffer during their process of interview.

Being an HR, I always use to observe candidates especially in the waiting area or at any levels of interview process where candidates who clear interviews of the same level are placed together so that they can be scheduled for next round of interviews.

The trick played by some of the extra smart or over talented candidates is to implement an indirect strategy to reduce competition. Knowingly or unknowingly this trick is played by someone and few candidates get trapped to get rejected further. The most targeted topic is the fake salary discussion hike in which candidates who even clears the interview get rejected due to improper hike demands.

Let’s see how candidate demotivate’s other candidates in order to reduce competition;

  • Talented candidates are best judged by other talented candidates and the HR who is in the process of coordination for the interview. These candidates are well judged from the way they enter the waiting area, by the way, they walk, their dress up style, the way they talk, their sitting posture or even from the way they look at others.
  • Once judged the confidence of others, these candidates sometimes get demotivated from within and plan to use strategies to demotivate the other so that they can stay up in the race for selection.

So these are some of the ways where candidates try to demotivate other candidates in order to reduce competition during the phase of the job interview.

Also Read:

“How to Avoid getting Demotivated by Candidates During Job Interviews”

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