Evaluating the Entry-Level Candidate

Start by asking the right questions.
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Encourage entry-level candidates to discuss their experiences in school or share an accomplishment that has significant personal meaning. These accomplishments can come from school, volunteer work, internship programs and part- or full-time jobs. Probe entry-level candidates with questions to see if they are motivated and enthusiastic about learning on the job.

Excerpted from Attracting & Rewarding Outstanding Employees

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