Hire Employees With Relevant Experience

Ask these questions during the interview to reveal if they're right for the job.

Find out if job candidates have the experience you need byasking the question, "How is your experience relevant to thisjob?" You want to find out if they know which of their skillsfit the job you're trying to fill. Can they clearly describethe skills the job requires? It will be difficult for candidates toanswer this question if you haven't given them a chance toreview the job description and briefed them on the specificfunctions of the job. Be sure to give them this information beforeyou ask the question.

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