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May 232016
 

How to Entice Top Performers to Work for You

When a hiring manager begins looking for candidates to fill an open position, they often consider this a
one-way proposition, that there is only one person on the hot seat trying to sell themselves and that is the candidate who is interviewing. However, that’s not necessarily true because while you’re sizing up the candidate, he or she is doing the same regarding you, the open position, and the company as a whole.

Most candidates are interested in finding out all they can during a job interview, so you can expect them to ask questions. Hiring managers should be ready to answer their questions in an honest and forthright manner, providing all the facts and information requested while establishing a nice rapport.

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