What problem is hiring solving for you? When hiring it’s important to know what problem you are trying to solve. By defining the problem that you have, you’ll be able to ensure you solve the problem in the right way. Whether by recruiting the right person or actually coming to the realization that recruitment won’t
A general heuristic you could apply when hiring good people (because why would you hire people who aren’t good for your team?) is to assume that the effort on a CV is directly related to how interested the candidate is in working for you.
If you hire good people you’ll typically get a good team. A good team can ride out tough times, change and adapt with your business, and improve your department each and every week. A good team will likely, but not always, succeed even in a broken system or set of processes.
A phone interview is an excellent interview activity to include when you’re recruiting. Here are 13 tips on how to conduct an amazing phone interview. I believe the phone interview is a really important step in the hiring process as it is an effective way for both parties (hiring manager and candidate) to speak to