Everything About Structured Interviews
Interviewing well is difficult. It's also a critically important part of your hiring process. A poor interviewing process directly results in substandard hires. What can you do to improve your interviews? A lot, in fact. In this article, we will look at one way you can improve your interviews: by structuring them. Usually, interviews aren't planned. They are mostly based on instincts. Your first impression of the candidate often defines what course the interview will take.
How To Follow Up After Interviews
You have completed a few interviews. Some went well, some didn't. You now have to make a few decisions. That may take a few days. What do you do in the meantime? Follow up. Really. Follow up with everyone who you interviewed. It may sound impractical especially if you have a lot of people coming for an interview, but it's incredibly important to follow up. Let's look at some reasons why that is so: