Measuring Potential: Approaches that Work

When you sit down with a prospective candidate to assess their fitness for the job, you have a few useful tools at your immediate disposal. For example, you can simply explain the nature of the job to the candidate and ask how well your description aligns with her career goals. If you need very specific technical skills, you can ask the candidate to describe his or her experience in these areas. Most candidates won

Avoid Creating a Bad Candidate Experience

Protect your business by protecting your relationships with every one of your stakeholders: your customers and clients, your shareholders, your employees, and members of an often-overlooked category: the candidates you ultimately decide not to hire. If an applicant engages with your company and walks away from the interaction feeling misused or misled, this is not the applicant

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