Author: Jillian Phipps
Hiring Hacks: Consider other decision makers
You want to convey that out of all the other job offers this candidate was presented, that yours is the best. The key to doing that is remembering that the decision is not solely made by them. Vinayak Renade, Founder and CEO of Drafted, suggests putting yourself in the candidate’s shoes.
[VIDEO] Hiring Hacks: Fixed vs. growth mindset
Talking about the mistakes they’ve made in the past isn’t exactly an ideal interview situation for a candidate, but that doesn’t mean it shouldn’t be brought up. See if they are completely comfortable talking about a mistake, owning it, and learning from it. Drew Fortin, VP of Sales and Marketing at The Predictive Index explains.
Hiring Hacks: Assess for values
When interviewing a candidate, you might be a bit hesitant to ask any sort of personal questions. But what these personal questions can reveal about a candidate can actually say a lot about their future behaviors in the workplace. Erica Seidel, founder of The Connective Good, finds that asking these questions can be a turning…
The illegal questions you’re asking on your job application
Your go-to job application is about to get you sued. Time for an application revamp! You’ve been passing out the standard job application to candidates for years. It’s easy to forget to review and revise it regularly. Yet organizations can find themselves in a world of legal troubles when they fail to revise their job…