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No BS Hiring Advice
When I did recruiting, one thing I worked hard to spot were liars--people who exaggerated what they did or took credit for things others have done.
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Questions to assess leadership style often isn't much different and can open a firm to bias charges through the use of subjective criteria in assessment.
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Evaluating Employment Gaps in Resumes
With low unemployment in the US, it's critical for recruiters & hiring managers to consider those who have taken non-linear career paths.
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fixating on weaknesses
There is a common fixation during job interviews on the “weaknesses” question.
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Regulators are starting to evaluate the use of AI in hiring. BTW, the voice used is an automated voice
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During an interview, how do you rattle the candidate out of his comfort zone a bit and see how he handles the scenario?
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A recent article in the Wall Street Journal called, highlighted the issue of new hires not showing up for their first day.
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A more frequent question for organizations to face, I noticed an expert answer I thought I would share with you.
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In this video, Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter answers the question of how long your resume should be.
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Can Culture Fit Can Be Assessed Through Unstructured Interviews?
In the hiring process, some organizations believe cultural fit can be assessed through unstructured interviews using improvisational questions.
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