HR Competencies 

  • Critical Evaluation 
  • Business Acumen 
  • HR Expertise 

 

Organizations are only as good as the people who work for them. Selecting candidates that are likely to perform well is a key decision based on a demonstration of how candidates have performed in the past. This half-day class will provide participants with the essentials of planning and conducting a structured behavior-based interviewing and selection process designed to predict future performance. Participants will learn specific concepts and techniques to identify key job requirements, develop effective interview questions, conduct the interview, and make the selection decision.

Overview

  • The interview and selection process
  • Legal risks in interviewing and selection and how to minimize them
  • Behavior-based interviewing questions and techniques
  • Conduct the interview and positively impact the candidate experience
  • Assess candidate information
  • Selection criteria and tools

Who Should Attend

Hiring managers, supervisors, and human resources professionals who need to acquire the basic principles and skills for effectively interviewing and selecting candidates

Facilitator

Employers Council staff

 

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Credits

Course ID #HR196



Class Details

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