Interviewing – There’s An Art to It!
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The quality of an interview can ultimately influence employee retention and turnover rates. Believe it or not, there’s an art to interviewing, and a successful interview will support a culture of convenience. In this episode, Jeff Kahler will walk you through the entire process of setting up and conducting an interview–even seating arrangements matter! Avoid hiring challenging employees by implementing these interviewing best practices.
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