Answer option B is correct. Interviewers should prepare a job-specific list of questions and use the questions for all candidates who are applying for a specific job within the organization. Answer option A is incorrect. Adapting questions for each candidate would skew the reliability of the interviews. Answer option C is incorrect. The list of questions in an interview aiming for reliability should be the same across all candidates rather than based on the resume of the employee. Answer option D is incorrect. The list of interview questions shouldn't be for all available jobs, but tailored to each type of employment and position. Reference: Professional in Human Resources Certification Study Guide, Sybex, ISBN: 978-0-470-43096-5. Chapter Four: Workforce Planning. Official PHR and SPHR Certification Guide, HR Certification Institute, ISBN: 978-1-586-44149-4, Section III, The US Body of Knowledge. Chapter: Workforce Planning and Employment Objective: Staffing Programs
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