Are you or your interviewers ever late to interviews? Do you rush through them, or fail to answer questions about your company culture or job duties? Do you get off track answering questions, or ask questions that elicit strange responses? Having too much to do and too few hours in a day is a problem everyone can relate to, and there’s pretty much never a good time to conduct back-to-back interviews all day long. But it creates a terrible impression when your interviewers are late, untrained, or seem uninterested in the candidate. Look at it this way: What would you think of applicants who showed up late to their own interviews, asked silly questions or were unprepared to talk about their skills and accomplishments? Probably not too highly, because you assume that lack of preparation for an interview indicates that their work is sloppy, inaccurate and disorganized, and you wouldn’t be wrong. Your candidates assume the same thing about your company when interviewers aren’t trained to conduct efficient interviews.