Scenario: you've interviewed several candidates, narrowed down all proficiency-related concerns, done the main interview, and have a final shortlist. You want to find out which of the candidates are likely to get on best with their team mates, and you've arranged to meet the final candidates (separately) in a cafe over the weekend for a casual final interview, possibly with a very loose structure or set of questions that can help to gauge personality.
- Make sure the candidate is at ease and able to chat
- Avoid the candidate feeling under pressure, which can happen in a standard interview scenario.
- Somehow come up with a way to measure the candidates against each other nonsubjectively.
Question: How can an interview like this be structured? Is it even possible?