Want to hire more effectively? Explore the three levels of assessment that happen during an interview to improve your hiring best practices and take advantage of a deeper type of candidate information most hiring managers miss.
Most hiring managers would agree when it comes to improving the hiring process, you often need more information than you can get from a traditional interview alone. It's hard enough finding qualified candidates, but how do you get a true sense of who they are? After all, you're not just interested in a candidate's past performance, but also their future capabilities. But are you using the best strategies to accurately predict their performance?
Don't leave your interviews to chance. By understanding the conscious and unconscious ways we assess candidates, hiring managers can better approach their questioning, be aware of any bias they might hold, and make more targeted recommendations to hire employees effectively.
Discover the predictive power of a number of common interview strategies that may be less effective than you think
Get acquainted with the three levels of assessment that come into play during an interview and identify potential gaps in your current hiring processes
When you understand the conscious and unconscious assessments you make during an interview, you can more easily find the best person for the job