Crush The Interview for Hiring Managers

Most hiring managers are not fully prepared for the job interview — meaning, they follow the advice of HR and use a stock set of interview questions. Of course, most HR teams prepare the hiring manager by listing out topics to avoid, like age, sex, religion, family, and so forth. But, using a list of questions is not the best way to run an interview. To make the best hiring decisions possible, hiring managers need to explore three things: 1) the context of each candidate respond; 2) the actions and/or behaviors taken by the candidate; and, 3) the outcomes and results achieved. Using this as a guide, hiring managers can probe, assess, and make better hiring decisions.

Benefits Include —

– Improved employee selection
– Improved compliance
– Improved retention
– Improved team cohesion
– Improved organizational outcomes