Like interviewee has to prepare for the interview, interviewer too needs to prepare. Here is a quick guide for interviewer that would help you prepare for the interview (obviously for hiring) and bring make a team of great talent.
Bringing top talent onboard:
Hiring talent isn’t easy and so is the recruitment process. Well, in such a situation, there can be a possibility that the candidate you had just interviewed & found average could be the next Steve Jobs. Yes, possibilities are that you might have overlooked the potential that makes him the game changer. How about if Steve Jobs’ first boss himself shares his experience of hiring & working with him?
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Dilemma of choosing between experience & personality:
Personality or Experience! From where does this comparison even came from? It is so obvious that these two qualities go hand in hand when it comes to hiring a candidate. So, what is it all about? It’s true that recruiter’s job isn’t easy, and one has to consider a lot of aspects to know if the candidate is the right fit for the company or not. And one of the most common concerns of recruiters today is when a candidate is either a resource rich in experience or in personality. What is to be done under certain situations?
Mistakes can be deadly:
Hiring is a great responsibility and requires a certain amount of careful planning. A bad hire can cost the company a significant amount of money, not to mention the damage that it does to the company’s reputation as well as the employee morale. Being a recruiter, the responsibility of a bad hire falls to you. You were the one who took the decision to take someone onboard. Each bad hire is a mark against you. So, beware of the hiring mistakes that you need to avoid at all costs.
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Last minute goof ups can affect your hiring strategy. So, along with these tips, avoid committing any last minute mistakes. You Should Read: The Best Of #CBTips For Recruiters