It's not enough to just know what you want to ask or how you plan on evaluating responses - it's also essential that you know all about your company and position before interviewing someone who may become your newest colleague!
Why are so many Americans quitting their jobs? And what can be done to stop this "turnover tsunami?" This blog post will answer those questions with some tips on how to stem the tide of the Great Resignation before it takes over your workforce!
There are many ways to conduct interviews, but it all comes down to consistency and comparing candidates effectively. It's up to you-but whatever route you decide, make sure your process is clearly communicated to the entire team.
One way that you can make transitions more manageable is by making an overall employee transition plan for your company. This article will outline the key points in the transition process and provide tips for creating a strategy for changes company wide.
Poorly written job descriptions are a considerable obstacle in finding the right candidate for your company. The problem with poorly written or misaligned job descriptions is that they will either not attract suitable candidates or only attract the wrong ones. Here are five tips to help you write a compelling and attention-grabbing job description.