When a candidates interviewing skills collide with the interviewer’s urgent need to hire, he or she may be talked into making a regrettable decision. In the name of caution, the interviewer holds endless rounds of one-to-three hour interviews, and his or her work suffers.
Both pitfalls are avoidable. By taking a few common-sense measures, you’ll spend less time interviewing than you do today. At the same … [ Read more ]
Content: Article | Author: Frederick Hornberger | Source: Recruiters Network | Subject: Human Resources