Checklist for Conducting Interviews

As a hiring manager, conducting interviews is a somewhat regular responsibility of yours. Perhaps you enjoy meeting candidates and learning about their background experiences and personalities, or perhaps this is a task that you rather dread. Either way, trying to determine which candidate will be the best fit for the position and the company culture…

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Why Employers Should Always Follow Up During the Hiring Process

I came across a great article recently by Jeff Haden entitled “The Worst Hiring Mistake Any Company Can Make,” and being a recruiter, it naturally it caught my attention. According to the article, the answer is neglecting to follow up with each and every job applicant. Haden explains that the simple act of providing closure…

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How to Overcome Nervousness During an Interview

Interviewing for a job can be an undeniably stressful situation. In many ways, the interview is like public speaking or performing, so a certain degree of nervousness is to be expected, especially if this is a job you dream of having. However, high-strung nerves can hinder you from presenting yourself at your true capacity, so…

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4 Important Questions Every Employer Should Ask Candidates During Interviews

Every hiring manager’s goal is to hit a home run with every new employee they bring on board. No one ever wants to make a bad hiring decision that ends up costing the company more time, money, and frustration. So it’s critical to conduct thorough interviews that give great insight into the candidates’ backgrounds, personalities,…

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