The Benefits of Behavioral Interviewing

Behavioral interviewing requires candidates to respond with specific examples of past experiences rather than generalized or hypothetical responses. At the root of this interview style is the belief that past performance is the most accurate predictor of future performance. Typical behavior-based questions begin with, “Tell me about a time when…” or “Give me an example of…” and require candidates to …

Developing Beneficial Job Descriptions

Finding and retaining employees can be tough hill to climb, especially with undefined and sometimes non-existent job descriptions.  Most employees will want to know what is expected of them, and most employers already have a pre-conceived expectation once an employee is hired.  And a great deal of the time, those two separate expectations don’t necessarily match up. Developing and implementing job …