An effective process for evaluating job candidates lies at the heart of every successful recruitment effort. Without a way to properly assess candidate resumes or performance during an interview, you run the risk of making one of two mistakes: inadvertently overlooking candidates who deserve more attention or wasting time on job seekers who aren’t a good fit for your open role. Staffing agency Robert Half has the tips and advice you need to evaluate job candidates. Learn what to look for the next time you hire.
Evaluating Job Candidates
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