Employees are your company's number one asset. Hiring the Best offers managers and HR personnel a proven and practical approach to recruiting and selecting the right people for the job. With over 400 questions you can use to interview candidates and obtain the most pertinent information, you'll be armed with the tools you need to ensure that you are indeed Hiring the Best.Employees are your company's number one asset. Hiring the Best offers managers and HR personnel a proven and practical approach to recruiting and selecting the right people for the job. With over 400 questions you can use to interview candidates and obtain the most pertinent information, you'll be armed with the tools you need to ensure that you are indeed Hiring the Best.Completely revised and updated! Updates include new section on electronic recruitment, revised resource section, and information about law and guidelines that influence hiring practices.Hiring the Best allows you to determine not only if candidates can do the job, but also if they can be managed effectively and thrive in their new positions....
|Title||:||Hiring The Best: A Manager's Guide to Effective Interviewing and Recruiting|
|Number of Pages||:||187 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Hiring The Best: A Manager's Guide to Effective Interviewing and Recruiting Reviews
It's always nice to get another perspective on the process of hiring new employees, and I have found this book to be very helpful. I think the reason it ranks as my favourite interview book is due to the fact that it addresses the three points of hiring, which are:1. Is the candidate able to do the job?2. Is the candidate willing to do the job?3. Is the candidate going to be manageable?In an age where true references are not really available due to company restrictions on releasing data on employees, a hiring manager really has to figure it out because it is the hiring manager, and not Human Resources, who will be responsible for the outcome. There are many different types of scenarios provided here, along with questions that can be asked to pinpoint if a candidate will fit the role. Although I have done hundreds of interviews as a hiring manager, I always go back to this book for a review and a revamp.Still, my favourite interview of all time was when HR called me to state that they had scheduled an interview with a 'high-quality' candidate. Great, I thought. At the interview, my first question was, "Can you explain why this position appeals to you and why you would be a good fit?" The response I received was, "Don't know, you tell me". And that's why one doesn't rely on HR.Book Season = Year Round
A few days after being promoted into my first management position I needed to hire someone, and needed some guidance. This book gave me the basic information to conduct thorough interviews and a philosophy/structure to start the process. In the intervening years, it's also served as a way to prepare to be interviewed... when I can answer the questions in this book clearly I am much more prepared and comfortable sitting on the "other side of the table."
Before I read this book, 15 years ago, I thought I knew how to interview people. I was mistaken. Mr Yate described a simple process of matching resume to job, and then planning the interview skeleton to clarify specific things. It changed my mind about this critical business practice. If anyone ever gets hired again in this country, the person hiring should dust off this book first and prepare like a professional.
Excellent book; very well written, and a great bank of interview questions, well structured and annotated. It's probably a good idea to flip through its pages before each job search, just to refresh possible questions in the mind.
My first book on interviewing skills. Lots of insight for the in-experienced interviewer, and real world techniques I'm excited to try out.
Practical tips and good philosophical food for thought for both sides of the interview table.
This is a great reference book for anyone doing interviewing or hiring in any size business. I highly recommend its practicality and simplicity to help in the interviewing and hiring processes.
A handbook on how to hire the best employees.
This was just okay. The other hiring books I've read are way better.