The interview is one of the best ways to assess candidates for presentation, verbal communication skills, and culture fit. Recruiting today is different than it was even a few short years ago, requiring a paradigm change, especially in the type of creative interview questions you need to ask. Recruiting experts like Georg Bradt, management consultant…

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Do your interviews reveal insights on attitude? In Part 1 of The Recruiting Division’s “Hiring for Attitude” series, we discussed the results of Leadership IQ’s Global Talent Management Survey, specifically how important candidate coachability is in hiring and retention. The survey revealed a low new hire success rate of only 19 percent when hiring managers…

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Once a hiring manager or recruiter has screened resumes and applicants and identified quality candidates, it’s time to get to know them better though a behavioral interview process. Whether the candidates come into the interviewer’s location or interview through recorded video or video conference, the quality of the questions asked will determine the quality of…

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You have the interviews scheduled to the minute; you have the perfect candidates — at least on paper — and you have a panel of expert interviewers, all with a wealth of experience in professional staffing. You’ve even held panel meetings to identify the knowledge, skills, abilities and character traits that you are looking for,…

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To find and hire the most qualified candidates who are also the best culture fit, use in-depth behavioral interviewing to invigorate your IT staffing efforts. IT StaffingPast behavior is the best indicator of future behavior is the premise behind behavioral interviewing. Asking candidates to discuss why and how they’ve done things is an staple in…

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