What Is a Warner Interview?

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Warner interviews offer employers of paid and voluntary staff the opportunity to learn much more about their applicants than would be possible using the usual recruitment and selection processes. Warner interviews require recruiters to probe candidates about their personal life, attitudes and motivations, in order to establish a fuller picture of the character of the applicant and especially their suitability to work with children and young people.
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