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Recruiting News Monday, April 2 Candidate, Job profile, Interview process & more…

Recruiting News TLDR / Table of Contents

  • When the candidates come over to the organization for an interview, they would always want to get selected for the job profile.
  • There are a few things that show if the candidate is capable of the job profile.
  • There are many ways by which a candidate can make their resume impressive, but this is not the only thing that works.
  • An employer can find out the important and required things in a good resume by looking out for the following points: – – Every resume attains the capabilities of an individual, and this is something that would help them to fetch the job vacancy.
  • If you are an employer who is looking forward to hiring new people to be a part of the company, then you can go through the above points to make sure you hire the best talent.

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  • For example, if interviewer A always interviews on company values/cultural fit, interviewer B always interviews on technical ability to perform on the job, and interviewer C always interviews on the candidates ability to teach a dog to ride a skateboard, for example, the data will always be comparable.
  • Not only are you wasting valuable interview time by getting the same answer that the previous interviewer just got, but youre giving the candidate a crummy experience.
  • Reviewing the scorecard prior to meeting with a candidate can allow the interviewer to stay on track and focus on obtaining the information that will help the team to make an informed decision on the candidate.
  • Option 1:Interviewer A reviewed the scorecard prior to meeting with the candidate and knows whats the most import information to collect.
  • Option 2: Interviewer A reviewed the scorecard prior to meeting with the candidate and knows whats the most import information to collect.

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