3 Interview Techniques for Small Businesses (VIDEO)

If you need to hire at your business, here are a few tips to keep in mind while performing interviews.

If everything goes well with your small business, you may have to hire someone to come in and work for you. 

Finding the perfect person to work at your business can be a daunting task, HH Staffing offered some tips to help you find your dream employee in an interview.

  1. Make your interviewee comfortable: The more at ease the interviewee is, the better you'll be able to judge personality and if he or she will make a good fit.
  2. Find out the candidate's long-term plans: Does your interviewee want a job or a career? Finding out whether he or she wants to grow with your company is key to saving money and time.
  3. Learn what candidates like about the company: Find out what they researched about your business. If you know what they like about your business, you'll be able to tell if your ideals match.

For follow-up questions to ask potential employees, be sure to watch our video above.

Karen Rehn February 19, 2013 at 01:48 PM
Great tips
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