We recommend this interview as the fourth step in the selection process. Often the hiring manager’s favorite interview, this guide gets to the heart of what you’re trying to figure out: will this person’s style work out well for this role? For this team?
When Making a Job Offer, Ask This Critical Question
Recruiting is a sales process. Your goal as the hiring manager is to convince a highly-qualified and successful individual to leave their existing job and come work for you. Make no mistake –you’re competing against every other company out there trying to land the same top talent. The moment between making your job offer and… Read More
How to Use a 90 Day Plan as the Last Step of the Interview Process
When new employee onboarding is done correctly, it leads to higher job satisfaction, organizational commitment, decreased turnover, better performance levels, career complementing, and lowered stress. What’s constitutes “done correctly,” however, is largely in the eye of the beholder. One of the most effective techniques that a hiring manager can use to improve their onboarding process… Read More
Predictive Hiring: Three Interview Questions that Improve Hiring Results
One of the bedrock principles of Predictive Hiring is that a hiring process should be looked at as the process of risk assessment. You’re not reading the candidate’s resume and taking a guess as to fit; you’re focused on uncovering the factors that, when present, predict a higher likelihood of success for that candidate in… Read More