For the first time since the pandemic began, I had conversations this week with two clients who need to add staff. While they had different reasons to be in this position, it was nice to be able to address a subject of growth.
As EMYTH teaches, when it comes to interviewing potential employees, it can be difficult to know what kinds of questions to ask to make it clear which candidates are a good fit for your company—and which aren’t. But you can create a clear system for interviewing and ensure you don’t continuously make costly hiring mistakes.
Interviewing a potential hire can be as stressful for you as it is for the candidate. As a business owner, you only have a brief opportunity to decide if the person in front of you is a perfect fit for the role and for your company. And at the same time, they’re trying to figure out if the job is a good fit for them.
I’d love to send you a free copy of The Interview Checklist to discover which questions to ask and how to prepare for a truly productive interview. In this guide, you’ll discover how to prepare for an interview to give yourself the best chance of finding the right hire, develop the most important types of questions to ask candidates, and create a systematized interview and hiring process
This guide will help you feel confident in your decision and certain you’ve shown a candidate the best picture of your company. You’ll have a strong interview plan, complete with pointed questions that address everything from technical skills to culture fit.
Before you place an ad for your next hire, let’s speak.