Answered by Kim, Hiring Expert at Archer Daniels Midland, on Tuesday, May 26, 2015
Being in a group interview can sometimes feel like you’re under a microscope, but also remember, it could greatly benefit you. What one person might miss you saying another could catch, and in turn increase your chances for being hired. A few good tips to remember would be to give unique and personal details/info, maintain eye contact with EACH AND EVERY person in the interview, make sure to bring multiple copies of your resume, and show off your social skills. Being able to hold your own in a group setting, especially an interview, will resonate with those interviewing you.