The Art Of Interviewing

HRH 5 | Art Of Interviewing

There is an art to interviewing. As an interviewer, you can’t just spew out questions and expect to find the best person you are looking for because sometimes, those who are good during interviews tend to be the least fit for the job. In this episode, Andrea Hoffer talks about the three key areas you need to consider when approaching the interviews you conduct. Get the details you really need with your interviews. Listen in to this discussion to learn more.

How to Help New Employees Settle into Their New Position

Hiring new employees can be a rough experience. It would be nice if new employees could just immediately jump in and work seamlessly with your new team. That won’t happen no matter how good your new employee is. Unfortunately, some employersMen shaking hands seem to have this expectation from their new hires. If you really want to have the best results, do the following.

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Not hiring? Building a Candidate Pipeline is Still Important

During the current climate, you may have felt the urge to build a stockpile. It could be toilet paper or hand sanitizer or chocolate chip cookie dough. But have you thought about stockpiling job candidates?  It may seem strange to think about looking for your next great hire especially in these tumultuous times. However, now is an excellent time to shift your approach from a reactive hiring mindset to a proactive one.

The Biggest Hiring Mistakes Employers Make

HRH 4 | Biggest Hiring Mistakes

Hiring the right candidate to fill in a position for a job is essential, but it can be very challenging. After all, the hiring process is more than just choosing the right person. It’s also about attracting and securing the best candidate, someone whose values align with your company’s mission, vision, and principles. On today’s show, Andrea Hoffer highlights the biggest mistakes we often see employers make, and shares some tips to help you get better results in your next recruitment and hiring effort.