Foosle launches Curveball Question Generator

With an increasing pool of talent to choose from, more and more recruiters are putting pressure on unsuspecting candidates by throwing ‘curveball’ questions during a job interview, research from job site Foosle.com has found.

Fri, 27 Jun 2014
With an increasing pool of talent to choose from, more and more recruiters are putting pressure on unsuspecting candidates by throwing ‘curveball’ questions during a job interview, research from job site Foosle.com has found.

To help recruiters come up with unique questions to ask, Foosle has created the Curveball Question Generator – a light-hearted way for recruiters to gain inspiration for those more disruptive questions.

Foosle’s Curveball Question Generator produces a question at random for employers to use during the interview process.

By incorporating difficult and unsettling questions into the standard job interview, recruiters are better able to uncover a candidate’s capability to think outside the box and perform effectively under pressure.

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