We all know that interviews are unavoidable part of the process of getting a job and it is normally conducted to assess the applicants' intellectual abilities and their practical skills upon which the employer make the final decision on who is best candidate for the job in question. Unfortunately,many recent studies concluded that interviews are not serving their purposes anymore.What is shocking in those studies is that very skillfull and brilliant canditates are robbed from that opporunity of holding a very highly status jobs for other reasons which has nothing to do with the ones mentioned above.It is totally understandable that the employer favourises the excpetionally- clever candidate over someone who is less of the expected standards. However what is not acceptable is not to give the job to somebody just because he is racially different or does not have the same religious belief as you.Another thing that is outragious is to base your choice on gender,this means a mysoginistic employer who doubts the capabilities a women can generate when the reality is that a women has as much influencial ability as men. What I mean by this is that women can contibute as much as men and can provide ideas that will benefit the company.Another growing problem is the tedious remarks made when the employer looks at a person who might not be as physically attractive as others even though they are not the brightest of people.This is a growing problem which stifles peoples abilities but with the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement this opens peoples eyes to what really is happening to people behind the scenes and we should all hail a fair manager who celbrates our ingenuity rather than our outward apperance. Therefore, it is no suprise that we found a considerable number of unskilled people today who are holding important jobs in different sectors of our society.
In conclusion, It is fair to say that interviews are not anymore used to pick up exceptional candidatess that can be real assets to any given company. However, naming and shaming the employers who are doing this and trying to put an end to such appalling behaviours should be the duty of each of us