Excerpted from the Argentina Career Guide
It is common for companies in Argentina to include virtual stages in the selection process, such as phone interviews, one-on-one or group online interviews, and online tests or exercises. You will be expected to have a professional email address, as well as a Skype or Google+ account in order to proceed through these stages successfully.
The usual greeting in an interview is a handshake, but it is entirely possible that an interviewer may swoop in for a traditional Argentine kiss on the cheek. The interviewer should take the lead, and you should follow suit.
A typical interview includes three levels of evaluation: self-assessment, behavioral assessment and assessment of competency. The questions for each level are designed to allow the interviewer(s) to evaluate the candidate in relation to the company’s needs and in accordance with its general selection process.
You should ask for feedback after the interview is concluded in order to understand whether the interviewer believes you are a match for the position. It is also important to find out the next steps; e.g., when the decision is to be made, how you should follow up on the decision and how to provide more information if the interviewer should need it.
This is just a short sample of what you’ll find in over 100 pages of information in the Argentina Guide.