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Category Archives: hiring
The first person you interview is not like the first pancake – only for throwing out. They may be the best of the lot. Or the best may [..]
Don’t make the mistake of giving offers of employment before you have checked the background. Not just the formal references, but also the social media references and perhaps [..]
Don’t “sell” the job in the interview. Really listen to the answers to your questions. Get your “gut” out of the way and investigate, seek, quest.
Hire someone you know (or one of your employees knows), but not too well-known. Friends are different from employees. Employees can become friends but why stress a friendship [..]
Hiring “Mini-Me” means that you will be hiring all your own faults as well as your strengths. Look for someone who complements you, rather than replicates you.
How much does it cost to lose an employee? How much to replace them?
Do you, or your hiring managers, have time to develop relationships with people with the talent that you will need before you need them? Do your employees? [..]