Three Ways Every Company Should Prepare Applicants

You’ve been in this situation before. As a recruiter or hiring manager, you burn hours hosting screening calls and scheduling interviews while trying to find the very best candidate for an open role. When the candidate arrives at your office for the next phase of the process—an in-person interview—you ask the question, “So what interested…

15 Interview Questions That Are Fun to Ask Candidates

Interviewing and recruiting can not only be time consuming, it can be down right exhausting. Sourcing candidates, completing screening phone calls, reviewing resumes and executiving multi-stage interview processes — hiring can be a heavy lift. However, getting to know candidates and potential colleagues can also be very fun, that is, if you’re asking the right questions.…

How To Coach Hiring Managers Through the 5 Steps of the Hiring Process

What could recruiters do if they didn’t spend half their time screening and scheduling applicants? With AI and automation removing many time-consuming tasks from a recruiter’s day, recruiters will find themselves with more time to focus on different parts of the TA organization. They can be especially effective as advisors and coaches to hiring managers;…

How to Use Group Interviews to Determine Culture Fit

Travel insurance comparison website Squaremouth makes a bold claim on what they look for in new employees. “A culture fit is just as important, if not more, that a candidate’s experience,” says Megan Moncrief, director of sales and marketing at the company. For an organization that “operates more like a family than a company,” finding…