Less than an hour. Typically, that’s all the time you have to meet with a prospective employee before you have to make a hiring decision. Sure, you can invite them back for another conversation. But you still need to base your next recruiting move on a relatively short discussion. That dynamic puts a premium on… Read more »
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Interviewing Remotely for the First Time? 3 Tips to Land Your Dream Job Over Video
Job interviews are scary enough. Now, you have to worry about the form the conversation might take. Remote interviews have become extremely common. If you haven’t been in the job market in a while, you might not be used to the video format. Not surprisingly, the use of remote job interviews skyrocketed during the pandemic…. Read more »
Red Flags to Look For When Conducting Job Interviews
Job interviews offer candidates a chance to convince you that they deserve a position in your organization. However, sometimes, an applicant goes in the opposite direction. Their behavior at or before an interview actually talks you out of hiring them. Should you listen to these red flags? About a third of hiring executives make a… Read more »
What Are The Rules For Following Up Post-Interview?
It may seem like a pointless formality. After an interview, you send a follow-up email, thanking the company representatives for taking the time. Does it actually matter? Yes, as it turns out, that small bit of courtesy can really pay off. One survey suggested that more than two thirds (68%) of hiring managers take the… Read more »