Hiring the right person doesn't have to be hard, as long as you have the right tools. The hiring equation is equal parts interviewing, interview scoring, and verifying your candidate's skills. Below we highlight where to find more information on these hiring tools.
Sourcing the "Right" Candidates
There are hundred of ways to source candidates. However, with almost 1.73 billion people on social media, your best bet to sourcing candidates, is recruiting on social networks.
Check out our guide to social recruiting, which highlights Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. The stock posts and tips on getting more views is just the beginning of this all-in-one ebook.
All things Interviewing
Still Googling what interview questions to ask? Avoid any illegal or weird interview questions by perfecting your interview process, starting with the phone interview.
Grab the 411 on Phone Interviews below and learn what questions you should be asking during your first encounter with candidates. Also included in the guide: Sample interview questions, do's and don'ts, and tips on making the phone interview the best interview yet.
Scoring your Interviews
The most important part of the hiring process is scoring the interview. Creating a scorecard to quantify your candidate's answers helps to remove the "gut feeling" that some hiring managers base their hiring decisions on.
Developing a scorecard for your interviews is not as difficult as it sounds. Check out our guide and start scoring your interviews below:
Verifying your New Hires
You know reference checks, those time-consuming interviews you do with former managers of the candidate you are about to hire? We wrote a guide on how to perfect them. Inside this ebook there is technology to help expediate reference checks, tips on how to do them right, and the ultimate time-saving tool.
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