The best job interviews are insightful, organized and effective. The worst are illegal.
Nobody wants to make a mistake during a job interview. The best candidates want to put their best foot forward, and the best employers do the same. That’s why it’s so surprising many firms violate U.S. labor laws by conducting "working interviews" — a much graver mistake than when your candidate arriving 5 minutes late.
Fortunately, there are other effective methods to find and hire your team's next game-changer.
In this whitepaper, learn:
- Why working interviewees are actually employees — and what that means for you
- Specific examples behavioral interview questions that will discern desirable traits
- Nine skill tests you can put to use for clinical positions, front office positions and office managers
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Bonus Content: 9 Skills Tests You Can Use to Evaluate Your Applicants Safely and Legally.