Just like you’ll find topics and tips on "Finding the right job for you" and "How to ace an interview", this time we’re switching up the sides to write for recruiters and employers.
After short-listing your potential candidates for the job opening at your entity or organization, there are key points to take into consideration.
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Once you implement the tips in this article for selecting the ideal candidate – You’ll be at serenity and accumulate the acumen to pick the right candidate for the job with ease.
Tips to take into consideration:-
- Read The Candidate’s Body Language – You can gather valuable intel by reading the person you’re interviewing. When they’re talking about their achievements, notice their hand movement; if you notice any abnormal thing going on such as rubbing their hands together constantly, it could be a sign of saying things about themselves which is not valid.
- Accurately target their experiences – The person you’re interviewing might have a resume full of experiences and stellar achievements. So it’s recommended you focus on achievements that best match your job opening description in particular.
- Ask Them About Their Passion – Having an employee that lacks the passion for something could be alarming, asking the candidate what they’re passionate about gives you a hint of how they perceive things and the purpose they’re living for.
- Hand Them A Company Related Assignment – To assure who talks the talk and walks the walk it’s always a good idea to hand out an assignment to a potential employee at the end of the interview and have them send it back within a certain time frame which you see fit.
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