Employee Spotlight: Michelle Soito

The biggest thing for companies hiring to keep in mind is to keep the process for every candidate consistent. This will help remove bias from your hiring process. Ultimately what is most important to evaluate is a candidate’s culture fit, their motivations and the performance of a person that translates to a successful hire, so being open minded to ALL those types of candidates is important. 

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Culture Fit & Values Alignment: 4 Tips to Help Avoid a Bad Hire

Dealing with a toxic employee can be a complete hassle at best.  They can be a drain on your productivity and your profits. But what if you could avoid that bad hire altogether? With these 4 tips you will be able to determine true indicators of a valuable and top talent candidate! 

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Yes: Hiring Managers AND anyone who interviews candidates NEED interview training

Many hiring managers conduct unstructured interviews, have unconscious biases and make their hiring decision based off who they feel good about.  And more often than not – the candidates they hire are underperforming, not a culture-fit, or they simply don’t last. Here are three things to expect when a hiring manager is properly trained on interviewing.

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What The Best Hiring Managers Look For

The main thing that the best hiring managers look for is culture fit. They’ll check this both through a candidate’s resume and through the interview process. Here are top best practices of the Best Hiring Managers.

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