Don't rank candidates as you are interviewing, individually or collectively. It biases the hiring process.
It's common to rank candidates as they go through your hiring process. Who looks "best" on paper? Who has the "best" experience? Who is doing the "best" during the interviews?
All of these actions are ineffective. They bias interviewers individually and collectively, and are misleading.
Here's why, and what to do instead.
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