5 Reasons Why You Should Use a Behavioral Interview: Guest Post

Today’s post is from Danielle Jenkins a recruitment marketing expert at Professional Resume Writers. One way to check a recruiter’s success is to look at the quality-of-hire rate. Although it can be challenging to measure because quality is subjective to the company’s requirements, a general way to assess this is by looking at an employee’s …

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Do you include the right people in the interview process?

We all know the purpose of the interview is to provide information that will help you hire the best candidate to fill your open position. If you follow my advice you know that I recommend behavioral interviewing as the best interview method. Not familiar with behavioral interviewing? It is based on the premise that the …

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From the Archive: Does Interviewing Measure Sight Reading?

With today’s emphasis on the importance of proper selection of “talent” it is important to train managers on interviewing skills. This post shows that often interviewees will be more capable in the interview.  If you don’t play music you may not know what sight reading is, as I didn’t. Seth Godin wrote a short blog …

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Why you should banish the word “would” from your interview vocabulary

I long ago became a fan of what is called behavioral interviewing. It is based on the premise that past behavior is the best predictor of future behavior. While not perfect, I feel it is the best method to help you determine if someone has the behavioral skills you are looking for in order to …

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