Barbara Bruno shows you how knowing your company culture and selling points improves your ability to place candidates who are not only qualified, but will also be engaged and retained because they fit with the culture and environment.
- Can you tell my why someone should really…work for your company or your client's company?…Can you provide insight and selling points…that a candidate can't easily find themselves?…To have a competitive edge during interviews,…you need to know the company culture and selling points,…and you need to understand market realities.…There is a tremendous world wide demand for top talent,…so you must know why someone should work for your company.…If you're a third party recruiter,…you must know this information…about every company you represent.…
You need to have well thought out answers…to common questions like,…"How would you describe your company culture…"and working environment?…"What makes your company better than your competitors?…"What makes your company a great place to work?"…Next, you must recognize the impact of company culture.…Company culture is the personality of a company.…It includes the work environment, company mission,…ethics, expectations, and goals.…Company culture also reflects the core values…
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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