How confident are you at assessing how a candidate will be in the role you're for?
The changing ways in which work gets done means you could be recruiting anyone from a full-time permanent employee to a broad spectrum of contingent workers offering their talents flexibly from anywhere.
This constantly shifting workplace throws ‘one size fits all’ recruitment processes out the window. Attracting, selecting and holding on to people needs a more personalised approach that recognises that everyone has different abilities and motivations.
The interview is the first of many career conversations with a candidate to establish a mutually beneficial working partnership – but there are many steps before and after interview that can dramatically change how successful your recruiting process is.