Behavioral Interviewing: Taking the Guesswork Out of Recruitment
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Interviews take time and money, but it can cost far more to get rid of an employee. Behavioral Interviewing: Taking the Guesswork Out of Recruitment covers the concept of asking candidates effective questions and reading body language.
Work history is a key part of interviewing because a candidate’s past behavior is a good indication of what to expect from them in the future. Most people try to put on their best face in a job interview, but some don’t live up to the image they create once they are on the job. It’s vital for managers, HR personnel and anyone who handles hiring to know how to pick out the wheat from the chaff when interviewing.
Instead of going on intuition alone, the interviewer can apply effective techniques to learn relevant details about the person’s character and past experiences. Realistic scenarios are presented to give the viewer a better perspective on how each method works and why it’s important to gather specific information from a person before hiring them for a specific job.
Behavioral Interviewing: Taking the Guesswork Out of Recruitment will explain:
- Key techniques that produce better employees
- How to choose the right candidate for the job
- The importance of reading body language and other cues
Please note: Due to contract restrictions, this program can only be shipped to addresses in the United States.