3. “ Having a preplanned structure ensures you are asking the right questions,” says Shelly Goldman of The Goldman Group Advantage, a Reston, Virginia, executive firm. Whether she’s recruiting 50 entry-level workers or just one C-level executive, Ms. Goldman takes the time to lay the foundation before beginning to interview candidates. Shelly Goldman President, The Goldman Group Advantage, Reston, Virginia
24. Tip # Three: BUILD AN INTERVIEW TEAM. Whenever possible, have more than one person interview candidates; you’ll gain a balanced perspective and be more likely to have a fair hiring process. In addition to the reporting manager and a Human Resources representative, think about including some of the people who will be working with the new hire.
34. Definition of an Illegal Questions Title VI, The Americans with Disabilities Act , and other Federal and State acts forbid employers from discriminating against any person on the basis of sex, race, national origin, religion or disability. Therefore, an illegal question is any question pertaining to any of these areas that could be construed discriminatory and is completely unrelated to any requirement of the position . Questions must be focused only to determine a candidate’s capability to perform the essential functions you have defined for the job.
54. The main topics covered in this presentation were taken from the following sources: How to Interview Candidates Louise Kursmark Monster Contributing Writer Texas Job Hunter’s Guide OSU Career Service: Legal vs Illegal Questions Ready Reference This presentation has been put together solely for the purpose of training the Managers and Supervisors of Letstalk.com and not for the infringement of copyright laws. GPC Training and Development