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.
Making a decision on whom to hire during the job interview process isn’t an easy task. Finding and hiring the best candidates starts with asking the right interview questions. The five questions highlighted below will help employers to better assess whether a job applicant is a strong potential hire:
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 […]
Transcript of ESBHR Podcast #3: How to Phone Screen Job Candidates Listen to the audio version here In an earlier podcast, “Want To Hire The Best? Pick Up The Phone” I shared with you the reasons why it is important to put a little effort into pre-screening job applicants by phone. Now let’s focus on the […]
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 […]
In the premiere episode of Easy Small Business HR’s “Employee Hiring and Managing Podcast, I highlight what you can expect in future episodes. Future podcasts will feature tips on how to effectively find, hire and manage employees. You’ll also get sound and straightforward advice on how to deal with difficult employees. Get the help that […]
The following are a list of documents that you should have on file for every new employee. The amount of time that businesses should keep these documents may vary from state to state. The forms include: Resume or Job Application Form, Federal and State Tax Forms, & Eligibility Form.
Never hired before? Hired before, but could use some help? Implement the tips below to make the process of finding and hiring the best candidates a lot easier. Develop questions that focus on the core skills, competencies and experience that you have identified in your job summary…
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…
It’s easy to slip into the mindset that this is an “employers’ market”. With unemployment figures at its highest in years, there are many qualified, hard working people out of work right now who would love to work for you. Despite the fact that there is a lot of available “talent” out there,…