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    How to Interview Candidates, Part 2: The Interview and Beyond

    How to Interview Candidates, Part 2: The Interview and Beyond
    Your preparation for the interview (discussed in "Part 1":http://hrpeople.monster.com/training/articles/26-how-to-interview-candidates-part-1-preparation of this series) has equipped you with a number of questions that will help you get to know and evaluate candidates. But there's plenty more to do before, during and after the interview to ensure your success. Follow these tips: h3. Before the Interview [widget:newscareer_advancement] h4. Put candidates at ease: Interviewing ...
    Published about 10 years ago | Rate This
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    How to Interview Candidates, Part 1: Preparation

    How to Interview Candidates, Part 1: Preparation
    Interviewing has been called an art, and there's no doubt that it calls for insight and creativity. But it's also a science, requiring process, methods, and consistency to produce truly accurate and effective results. Look at it this way: Your art will flourish within the sound framework of a systematic, scientific approach. "Having a preplanned structure ensures you're asking the right ...
    Published about 10 years ago | Rated: +2
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    Assure Good Hires with Assessment Tools

    Assure Good Hires with Assessment Tools
    Good hiring correlates directly with organizational success. After all, people are the ones who devise and implement strategy, generate revenue, produce product, serve customers and manage the operation. Hiring the wrong person, one with the wrong skill set, personality, attitude or ethics, can have far-reaching implications. As an HR professional, recruiter or hiring manager, what can you do to improve your ...
    Published about 10 years ago | Rated: +7
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    How to Motivate Your Team in Stressful Times

    Your company's third round of layoffs is imminent, your boss is barking out demands with heightened urgency, and your staff is tired, tense and afraid they're next in line to be laid off. It's your job to motivate them, continue to meet ever-increasing demands and bring your projects in under budget and on time. This all too familiar scenario is now ...
    Published over 10 years ago | Rated: +3
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    3 Ways to Turn Your Staff Into a Team

    Teamwork\'tém-werk\ n (1886): Work done by several associates, with each doing a part but all subordinating personal prominence to the efficiency of the whole. Does this sound familiar? If so, your team is on the right track. But if your team is a loosely organized group of individuals who get together once in a blue moon sporting nametags, you have ...
    Published over 10 years ago | Rate This

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