If you interview with the resume in front of you, you allow the applicant to control the interview. Think about it, if you were preparing a resume, you would only put the items on it that would present a positive picture of your strengths. This is exactly what the applicant is doing. Instead, build your question set around the things you want to know, not to confirm the things listed on the resume.
Resumes give you what the applicants want you to know.
Application blanks give… Continue