Tag Archives: Human Resources

Interviewing a Candidate

Do some of the interviews in your organization remind you of a skit from the famed comedy group Monty Python? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qjBfatgVlfI&feature=player_embedded I hope not, but I have in my experience seen some interviews unfold that were obviously very disorganized. I … Continue reading

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Screening Your Applicants

Have you ever sat down with a manager who screens resumes for a position only to explain the reason they think  certain resumes qualify for interviews is because “these resumes are from nice people”? Or are you maybe one of … Continue reading

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Job Postings

While reading a job posting nothing bothers me more than reading a list of sought after qualifications that are so generalized in nature that you are left wondering if the recruitment officer or manager even knows what the job does. … Continue reading

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Job Descriptions

In a previous article “Job Analysis” I wrote of one of the most common reasons for engaging in such a process was in order to obtain the critical data needed to create a job description. Job descriptions are regarded by some … Continue reading

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