Minh wrote:Anyone has an opinion on multi-on-one vs. one-on-one interviews? Personally, I think being interviewed by many people is fun, but I hear it could be stressful, too.
Be especially mindful not to arrange everything to be intimidating. Unless you're interviewing for a position where coping with initimidating situations is important. (Avoid the classic, interviewers on one side of a long desk, and interviewee isolated on their own little chair in front of them.)
As someone who doesn't like interviews at all, more than a couple of people could be terrifying.
Then again, fitting in with the team is critical in most situations, perhaps "interview" by testing people out in a mock-working environment. (Perhaps something like a brainstorming session with the team, see how they fit in.)