Here’s an article from the archives that employers in the process of interviewing and hiring will find helpful. Behavioral interviewing if you’re not familiar with it is one of the best ways to ensure that you really understand whether the person that you’re interviewing has the experience that you need for your opening.
Ever wonder what the difference is between “terminating” an employee and “firing” an employee, or if there is any difference at all? Easy Small Business HR’s “HR Dictionary” takes the mystery out some of the human resources jargon by highlighting some of the basic definitions of words most often used by those in the position […]
Transcript of ESBHR Podcast # 6: Developing Your Interview Questions – The Behavioral Interview Style of Questioning Listen to the audio In the podcast “Tips on How to Write a Job Description in 3 Easy Steps”, I gave you tips on how to write a job description or job summary. You have developed a job description and […]
Transcript of ESBHR Podcast #7: The Best Interview Questions To Ask Any Candidate Listen to the audio version here I will be discussing the four best types of questions to ask in an interview, no matter what type of job it is that you are interviewing for and then why you should ask those questions. I […]
ESBHR Podcast 7: The Best Interview Questions To Ask Any Candidate This podcast will focus on what I think are five of the best types of interview questions to ask, no matter what type of job it is that you are interviewing for. I’ll also cover the reasons why you should ask these specific interview […]
ESBHR Podcast 6: Developing Your Interview Questions – The Behavioral Interview Style of Questioning In the last episode, I gave you tips on how to write a job description or job summary. You’ve developed a job description, and now you’re ready to interview. This podcast will cover how to develop interview questions using the behavioral […]
Business owners who have the responsibility of hiring staff want to know as much as possible about their potential new hire. We all have a natural need to know not just about the applicant’s work experience, but also their personal interests as a way of determining whether the candidate…
Finding and hiring an employee to fill a job should be easy! People are looking for work; you have a job to fill. It’s just a matter of finding the best person, interviewing them, offering a salary and they’re on board! Hiring a new employee can seem so deceptively simple on the surface…