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How to Conduct Effective Interviews with Potential Candidates

From the HRIQ Editorial Desk
Posted: 05/26/2010

New York, NY– May 28, 2010 - With the economy turning around, experts are predicting major churn as employees voluntarily quit their jobs, sending Human Resource Managers scrambling to fill open positions.

Take the guesswork out of finding and selecting quality employees while avoiding the costly error of hiring apologetic misfits and non-producers!

Chris Mattie, Chief Operations Officer, Hiring Interviews offers his insight to help us better understand the interview process and teach us some best practices on effective interviewing through an online seminar through HumanResourcesIQ.com.

From identifying essential qualities and characteristics to final evaluation procedures, this online seminar presents a practical, well-organized system used by thousands of profit and not-for-profit organizations to ensure that every person hired will be a productive, contributing employee.

Participate and learn steps to conducting an effective interview, including:

  • Quickly screening out unqualified candidates
  • Identifying the most critical areas of the resume and what it can tell you
  • Executing interviewing styles and techniques that get the candidates to open up
  • Transitioning from the 1st candidate interview to the 2nd.
  • Matching each candidate's qualifications against the job specifications
  • Judging an applicant's future potential

Register now to learn these steps and more!

Space is limited - Register now

This program has been approved for 1.5 recertification credit hours through the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI). For more information about certification or recertification, please visit the HRCI homepage at www.hrci.org.

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From the HRIQ Editorial Desk
Posted: 05/26/2010