Effective Interviews

Skinner, Merna
November 2000
Executive Excellence;Nov2000, Vol. 17 Issue 11, p13
Provides guidelines for effective interviewing and evaluating employees in the United States. Impact of careful planning of interviewing strategies on cost and expenses of employee hiring; Importance of using language that describes interviewee culture and value; Set up expectations in order to evaluate the most qualified employees.


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