Join Cindy Mayer for an in-depth discussion in this video Collecting feedback and determining next steps, part of Hiring Your Team.
There are many ways a manager can collect feedback after an interview, but the key …is to collect it in a way that's fair to each applicant. …To avoid any unintended bias, I recommend that you refrain from collecting feedback …piece-meal from interviewers throughout the day. …A given interviewer may have positive or negative feedback on the applicant. …If you hear the feedback before you interview, or, before you collect all of …the feedback, it may skew your view of the applicant.…
This can also apply to other interviewers. …So, before the interview day, coach your team, not to speak about an applicant …until the end of the interview process for that applicant. …You also want to be sure that the type of feedback information provided is …consistent across all who interviewed. This is were your interview plan becomes …very important. As it allows you to collect feedback in a …consistent and fair manner. Finally, the feedback from an interview …should be collected within 24 hours. That way, if you have questions for your …
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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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