interview panel

interview panel
interview panel UK US noun [C] HR, WORKPLACE
a group of people who ask someone questions to see if they are suitable for a job or course: on an interview panel »

There were five people on the interview panel.


The interview panel was impressed with his selling experience.

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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