You want the interview to feel like a friendly conversation, even though it is as nerve wracking for you and for the candidate.
Who you hire casts the foundation for your company's success, so make sure you're asking questions that reveal a candidate's emotional intelligence.
That candidate with the long resume may be appealing, but the individual with leadership skills will serve your company better in the long term.
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When the resume doesn't match the job you have the chance to hire someone who has found their passion, unless they just don't understand what they are getting into.
There's a lot of talk about this generation, who by 2020 will make up more than 50 percent of the U.S. workforce.
Hiring is high-stakes. Knowing your own strengths is the key to recognizing the right person.
By implementing the strategy, you can help your company attract and retain the best talent.