Recruiting the best candidate for the job can be the key to your organization’s success—but as many managers can attest, finding the person who has the perfect combination of technical skills, professional acumen and a personality that will thrive under yourstyle and in your company’s culture is no small feat.
But, recent data from global staffing provider Randstad reveals that more than a third of workers in the United States have a desire to look for a new job in the next 12 months. While the widening pool of potential recruits is good news for managers, it underscores the importance of conducting an interview that attracts the best candidate to your role. Here are common errors bad interviewers make, and how to avoid them:
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