In This Chapter
- Evaluating resumés
- Saving time and expense by pre-screening
- Preparing for an effective interview
- Good questions, bad questions
- Getting meaningful information at the interview
As a result of your recruiting efforts, you’ve received a number of resumés. Your next job is to determine which applicants are worth bringing in for interviews. Your time is valuable, and good interviewing is time consuming. It’s important to study those resumés carefully and pick candidates whose backgrounds appear to be closest to the requirements of the open job.
Although there are other tools used to help choose among ...