Structured interviews are the best way to find the best people

Interviewers who use "crazy questions" that ask about topics such as a candidate's favorite color run the risk of only hiring people who are similar to themselves, says researcher Julie McCarthy of the University of Toronto. You can reduce this bias by using a more structured interview process that focuses on the job's requirements, a process that will help you get a diverse mix of the best workers, she says.

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