Now that you know who you're looking for, it's time to figure how to interview candidates. Planning for success up front means fewer steps, less of your time, a faster hire, and most importantly, beating the competition to get the talent you want.
Sounds good, right? There’s an easy formula for this.
1. Rapid Recruiting - simplify the process to 1.5 - 2 weeks
2. Recruiting Process Segmentation - divide responsibilities for all interviewers
3. Definition of Roles – job owners and interviewers will be explored and defined, along with accountability
4. Tools to Execute
500 Harrison Ave
During this class, you'll explore:
Learn how to build a personalized process for your company with a worksheet-driven approach that produces results within two weeks. As part of the process, choose people / key team members to ask specific questions from a list provided by the instructor.
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm EDTAdd to Cal
Marie Burns (@marieburns) is the Recruiting Manager at Compete.com, an online competitive intelligence company by day, and a recruiting advisor to many Boston-based startups by night. She talks on the phone to people all day long, all while emailing and listening to music, and sometimes chewing gum. Marie loves people and thinking about what makes them tick when deciding which job to take. She is always trying to figure out how to win the war on talent, and is constantly racking her brain about how to get the most out of any recruiting process for both a company and a candidate.
Marie has over 10 years of experience recruiting, mostly for startups, but also for Fortune 500 companies such as Microsoft and Accenture. She has been published by Forbes.com and The Daily Muse about hiring and recruiting. She attended UNC Chapel Hill for her Bachelors and still considers herself a Southerner.
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