Question: I'm the HR representative in a small financial-planning firm. We're looking for a really good executive assistant to support our three principals, but we're having trouble weeding out the candidates who sound good from the ones who really are.
Has anyone used a type of skill test to give at an interview, or can you point me in the right direction?
We're not asking for anything more than a very good, competent, organized person, and I know they're out there. Does anyone have any advice for this situation? -- jodietz