In­ter­viewer or in­ter­vie­wee

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WITH the can­di­date mar­ket be­ing ex­tremely tight par­tic­u­larly within the se­nior can­di­date mar­ket the re­cruit­ment process is no longer one sided. Dur­ing the in­ter­view process this is the time for both par­ties {can­di­date and em­ployer} to pro­mote their in­di­vid­ual qual­i­ties and value. This is the time that an em­ployer must pro­mote their busi­ness and iden­tify their work cul­ture. Re­mem­ber that the can­di­date is likely to be de­cid­ing be­tween 2 or po­ten­tially 3 job of­fers. So what do can­di­dates re­ally look for? A clearly out­lined po­si­tion de­scrip­tion, on­go­ing ca­reer op­por­tu­ni­ties and in­creas­ingly a pri­or­ity is the work cul­ture of the or­gan­i­sa­tion. Next time you are hir­ing and com­mence in­ter­view­ing ask your­self, why some­one would want to work for our com­pany. This may as­sist you in pro­mot­ing your busi­ness to prospec­tive can­di­dates and se­cur­ing great tal­ent.

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