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Dear Friend,
Its human psychology that people tends to be more polite toward opposite sex. its not a matter of gender discrimination or 18th centrury. It depends on executive's convincing power also. I personally believe generally it happens that people used behave in more cultured way with other gender at the time of coversation.

From India, Delhi
AS AT RAJA told,if you are broad minded no need to think abt Gender bias,I am 100 % was a question only, don't be offensive or behave like mind set all are HR's man.....if you behave like a mind set people,wat abt others......I dint raise my finger the ability of any HR's, whether its male or female,they have already trained for the such communication....but my quest is if communication b/w diffe sex is going , definitely there will be lil bit change you can find,may be its on micro level.......
From India, Pune
That is what ,I am saying, Thanks for the will not find this in any HR book ,but its a imp factor.....which we should realizes...............
From India, Pune
It is all in the mind...what matters is what image you potray / how you carry yourself. In todays world it hardly matters whether you are male / female. Each job can be competently done by either sex.
What an interviwer should look for in candidate is -- knowledge, competency, job of the candidate should not ideally be a factor.

From India, Ghaziabad
Dear Partho,
Your question is good, but it totally depends on the Interviewer mood...HR's in MNC's want good quality people, either of the sex. So dont worry about the interviewer.
We cant predict the interviewer to be male or female. So grab the job and get the things done.

From India
Language is not barrier of communication. We Indians are spaeking dIfferent locations, different culture & different language people gathering under a roof & fighting the right.(Our elders fought for the freedom.The movment there is no problem of communication culture etc
From India, Manipal
I have no idea what you wish to impart. But in my country as well as all of Europe & USA this sort of view is considered sexist & gender discrimination. As a HR person you should be aware of this.
From United Arab Emirates, Dubai
hey honestly .. we appreciated by our work, skill n communication .... so no qns of gender feelings...
From India, Sambalpur
I would say that you have asked a really intelligent question.
Male HR + female candidate
2.Female HR + Male candidate
the above two are usually more effective.
I have been into HR and recruting and interviewing candidates for over 3 years and my exp suggests this.

From India, Delhi
I think its real. In generally opp sex attrack the persons. That’s y mostly customer care centers recruiting females Regards, Shanmugam
From India, Madras

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