Lessons Learned About Careers

Tips on Hiring The Right Candidates

If you run a business or work as a recruitment manager in a certain form thus where your food comes from. Incompetent and unknowledgeable candidate may result in decline in business activities. This can also ruin your reputation and the reputation of the company. It may also make you lose your job and some members of the company too. Without money you will be useless so avoid hiring illegal employees at all cost. Here are some of the things to guide you in choosing the right candidates.

Members of your team should also be part of the discussion. It si not a tradition that only the hiring manager can do the interview process. This is dangerous as you will only using your view point and judgment which may either be wrong or right. With your team backing you up in the interview process you will get different perspectives thus aids you in making the final right decision. From group interview you can judge if the candidate will be able to be incorporated in your team by judging his personality. The candidate will be the best fit judging by compatibility of his personality with those of your candidates. Test the candidate by asking him more difficult questions. Preparedness, character and intelligence of the interviewer will come to light from the questions.

Make sure you check the references. Contacts of the old employers, and people who are close to the candidates are always contained in the references. Make sure you call all the referees and get the external viewpoints on your candidate. Weaknesses, strengths, experience, timeliness, skills, reliability, and attendance are some of the things that you should call to ask. With all the external and internal viewpoints you will be able to make the final decision.

Resume is one of the documents that the hiring manager should be using. Resume shows one’s history; his education background, past experiences, achievements, qualifications and achievements. Besides resume make an additional step to call candidates and ask them unexpected questions. This will help you know the candidates better and gauge how they can respond to questions when under pressure. Some people do lie in their resumes thus why you should not rely on it as your only source of reference.

Hiring manager should also know the position the candidate is applying for. Knowing the position will make the hiring manager prepare the exact interview questions. With wrong and mixed up interview questions you may fail the candidate that was highly qualified for the position. Testing the skills of the candidate will be very easy with exact interview questions.

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