Busy small business owners can dramatically improve their interview process with these simple steps.
Avoid asking clichéd questions in the interview to elicit more candid and honest responses from candidates.
Interviewing is a two-way street. As you interview top candidates, they’re evaluating you and your company.
When done well, exit interviews can provide valuable information that can help boost employee retention and more.
How can you improve your interview skills? Roberta Matuson advises that you start by observing the candidate’s attitude.
The right interview questions can benefit you and the candidate – resulting in a more engaging and informative interview.
Why wait until the exit interview to learn what top talent wants? Use stay interviews to improve employee retention.
In this Monster video, Jon Picoult points out that creating a consistent approach to interviews is well worth the effort.
Lisa McLeod recommends avoiding the most common interview question in your sales interviews.
As you grow your company, enable your staff with training and guidelines on how to conduct an interview.
This list of 50 interview questions can be a handy reference the next time you’re interviewing candidates.