Tips for Interviewing Every Hiring Manager Should Know
Let's assume the following: A) You've written a job description that is concise, intriguing and honest; B) you're doing this all on your own, without the help of an HR person; C) you don't have a standardized system of recruiting and vetting; D) you aren't so obsessed with your company culture that you're looking for the exact right combination of personality, pedigree and the answer "honey badger" to the question "If you could be any animal …?"; and E) you have the capacity to empathize with people, generally. Got it? Now here's what interviewees want.
Truly value new perspectives. Candidates should not feel like they're trying to join a club during an interview. Has an obsession with culture worked for some companies? Yes. But don't be so obsessed that you come off as a goggle-eyed evangelist. The only difference between "culture" and "cult" is "ure." As in: "Ure kinda creeping me out with all this culture business."
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