Congratulations, you’ve been invited for an interview! That means the employer has seen something in your resume that matches the requirements of the job you’ve applied for. The next step is to build on that initial impression during your interview. Attending your first interview can be a nerve-wracking experience, so we’ve put together our five golden rules to help reduce your anxiety levels:
As an entrepreneur running a small-but-growing business, your hiring decisions are some of the most critical – and risky – decisions you will make. Every organization, regardless of size, is impacted by every new hire. But the smaller your company, the bigger the impact. Indeed, a study conducted by Guident Financial and LendingClub found that for small business owners especially, employee recruiting and retention is a challenge in a strong labor market.So how can you make sure you’re bringing in the right person, every time?
In your organization, communication skills are important. You expect employees to work as a team, help customers, and, as an expert in their discipline, you expect them to make important recommendations to help you drive the business.
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This is Part 2 in a SkyWater Search Partners Private Equity series
You’ve sifted through stacks of resumes. You’ve found that elusive, perfect specimen of a candidate. Even better, they’re just as interested in the job as you – and the hiring manager – are in them. Best of all, they ace their interviews, leaving their competition in the dust. Your client is happy. You’re happy. And you pull together a great offer. It’s all systems go.