Hiring Managers: How to Interview Better

Organizations must invest in educating and empowering their employees to increase the chances that every single hire will be GREAT. So, for the hiring managers who have not been trained yet, here are 5 simple tips for you BEFORE you interview a 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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Leadership Challenges in the Workforce

As a leading talent strategy-consulting firm in California, we’ve identified two common challenges that leaders frequently face today. Getting managers to provide timely feedback and hiring managers rushing the recruiting process are two big challenges that leaders are facing. Here are tips on how to overcome them.

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Job Seekers: How to Ensure Your Resume Passes the Screening Process

As a leading talent management consulting firm who specializes in Sales, Marketing and Operations recruiting – a crucial step candidates typically miss is spending time upfront BEFORE applying to a job. We’re showing you exactly how to tailor your resume to get passed the screening process.

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What Type of Detail Oriented Person Are You Hiring?

As one of the leading San Diego recruitment firms, our clients are asking us this question, and others like: How do I interview for soft skills? How can I tell they are truly a hard worker? To assess for soft skills, like detail oriented, there are three things to focus on.

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8 Qualities Found in High-Performers in the Hiring and Interviewing Process

As a talent management consulting firm, we often witness during hiring and interviewing processes, hiring managers are too focused on qualifications like how many years experience a candidate has OR where their degree is from and often overlook 8 must-have qualities.

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Strengthen Your Hiring by Recruiting for Potential, Not Direct Work Experience

Obsessing over candidates’ direct work experience instead of their potential could be sabotaging your recruitment efforts. Concentrating too intensely on direct work experience ignores other experiences that inform the behaviors of the best talent. If employers don’t give these workers a chance, they’ll really never know what they could be missing.

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