Join Cindy Mayer for an in-depth discussion in this video Dealing with challenges, part of Hiring Your Team.
By now, you likely have a good understanding of how things should go in …an interview. So what kind of things could go wrong? …Lets look at a scenario that heads in a very different direction. …Michelle: Hi Sam. Sam: Hello. …Sam: It's good to meet you I'm Michelle. Michelle: It's good to meet you. …Sam: Please take a seat. Michelle: Thank you. …Michelle: Hm-hm. Sam: There's something here, hold on. …Sam: Alright, sorry. Michelle: That's quite alright. …Michelle: Well thank you, for coming in to meet with us today, concerning the social …Michelle: media manager role. Sam: Okay.…
Michelle: Now it is a critical role for our company as. …Sam: Before we go any further, are you going to run a credit check? …Michelle: Why? Sam: because my credit is not so good. …Cindy: Now, you might have seen things that you would think automatically …disqualified the applicant for the role. For example, you may have thought that …the applicant wasn't dressed appropriately. …But consider this, if the role you're for is a customer service representative, who …
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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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