Interviewing - Successful Selectionby Jane Tredgett
Interviewing - Successful Selection
Most managers find themselves running selection interviews at some time. Getting it right is important – a new employee may be with you for a long time and may play a key role in the team’s performance. For many managers, the experience of interviewing can be time consuming and daunting.
Common fears include
- What if I say the wrong thing and end up in trouble?
- What if I choose the wrong person and end up with someone who can’t do the job or is hard work to manage?
- I’ve never run an interview before – I don’t know where to start...
This topic aims to address the fears and provide guidance and structure to give you the confidence to make successful selections.
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This is the UK version of Alchemy Performance Assistant (or Alchemy for Managers) and the references to laws and statutes relate to the United Kingdom.
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