Join Cindy Mayer for an in-depth discussion in this video Choosing your interview setting, part of Hiring Your Team.
For most people, if they were asked what an interview consists of, they would …likely describe an interviewer sitting across a desk from an applicant asking questions. …While that is one setting for an interview, there are other options to consider. …Let's review the pros and cons of interviewing in various settings. …With phone interviews, you can assess the individual's background and experience, …clarify details from their resume or application, and get an understanding of …their verbal communication skills. However, some studies have shown that …only 7% of verbal communication comes from the words spoken.…
The bulk of what we learn about someone when we speak with them is expressed non-verbally. …So while phone interviews tend to be much more cost effective and can be scheduled …more easily than face-to-face, they do not provide all of the information that …one can get from sitting directly across from someone. …Face-to-face interviews provide a better opportunity to assess an applicant, …
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- Assessing your needs
- Screening resumes
- Choosing your interview setting
- Understanding the types of interview questions
- Following legal guidelines
- Understanding interview bias
- Conducting an effective interview
- Dealing with interview challenges
- Conducting background checks
- Determining the offer package
- Writing a compelling offer letter<br><br>
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