Giving interviews to prospective employees is not one of the more fun aspects of being a boss, but it is unfortunately a necessary evil. You need to be able to give good interviews so that you can get good quality employees each time that you are seeking more workers. Employees are the backbone of your company on the basis for its success. For this reason, you really cannot get away with poor quality interviews. You may be under the assumption that intimidating reviews of the best times to give. You may think that by intimidating your prospective employees, you are ensuring that you only get the best and the boldest. However, intimidating review processes are not always a good idea. You’re going to want to know if these types of interviews help you or hurt you. It’s important information, and it will help you understand the best way to give interviews. This way, you can always be certain that you are going to be hiring […]

Interviews can be extremely boring for both the candidate and the interviewer. The candidate has probably searched the Internet for common interview questions, and you have probably asked the same questions to candidate after candidate for more times than you can count. When you really want to make things more exciting, as well as see exactly who your candidate is, you should make things a lot more interesting by asking unique questions that your candidate couldn’t have possibly prepared for. Ask Questions that Seem Silly But Reveal a Lot About the Candidate There are several silly questions out there that you may want to consider asking potential candidates. When asked, these questions may not seem to make sense to the candidate, but the answers may tell you a lot about the candidate that they may not reveal when asked the typical, ‘Define your type of leadership’ questions. One question you can ask is what their favorite cereal is. Make sure to watch their facial expression. […]

When you’re running a business that depends on the work of its employees to keep functioning, especially in an office setting, it’s vital for you to do everything you can to make sure that your staff remains productive. However, at the same time, you also can’t drive them too hard. You don’t want your employees to burn out and become even less efficient at their jobs. That means that you’re going to have to keep a good handle on how your staff feels about their jobs and the progress of your company. A bunch of unhappy employees makes for a company that will soon be going down in flames! You need to learn how to gauge the satisfaction of those working under you, or you’re going to end up in trouble in no time at all. However, how can you go about doing that without causing too many issues? As a matter of fact, it’s going to be a lot simpler than you might think. […]