Barbara Bruno shows you how to make sure that the first impression your candidates get is a good one.
- Have you ever applied for a job…and felt like your resume ended up in a deep dark hole?…Have you ever had an interview…and the interviewer showed more interest…in their cellphone than in you?…How did those things make you feel?…Most of the time, your candidate's first impression…is established by someone else…before you've had the opportunity…to talk to them or meet them…and that impression affects the entire hiring process.…In this video, I'm going to show you how to make sure…the first impressions your candidates get is a good one.…
Let's start with the people who do your sourcing.…In order to help create a great first impression,…you want their approach to focus…on what's most important to each candidate.…Teach your research or sourcing team…to present opportunities as a sample…of the type of opportunities they represent.…The second point of contact is usually your website…and online application process.…Take time to test the process…by personally applying for a job with your company…and then critique your process.…
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- Determining the purpose of the interview
- Clarifying expectations
- Making a good first impression
- Asking creative questions consistently
- What candidate questions reveal
- The basics of conducting an interview
- Creating brand awareness and getting referrals