Posted on Tuesday December 1, 2021 at 08:00:05 AM
Indeed.com describes situational interview questions as: in-depth, hypothetical questions that can help you assess prospective candidates’ critical thinking skills, creativity and how they may respond to potential challenges at work. Asking situational interview questions is one of the best ways for determining which candidate is the best fit for your business. In a season where businesses are looking to hire quickly, don’t sacrifice quality. Ask questions that will challenge your candidate, but give them an opportunity to stand above the crowd. Select a few of these situational questions during your next round of interviews and you will quickly see which candidate will make a quality hire. 1. In one minute, tell me about a time when you had to react to a situation fast. 2. Is it ever acceptable to be somewhat pushy or step on people’s toes in order to get something urgent accomplished. Have you ever had to do this? If yes, please describe the...
Posted on Monday September 14, 2021 at 07:16:23 PM
As companies emerge from the Covid-19 pandemic, demand for salespeople is increasing dramatically, so why is there a shortage of sales talent? With the opportunity to make good money, you’d think it would be an attractive prospect for many, especially coming out of such uncertain times. So what’s the issue? Image Problems We’re all familiar with Mad Men and it could be that the stereotypes of sleazy salespeople who’ll do anything to get the sale are putting you off. Another issue is that people often don’t think of sales as a career, instead viewing it as a stop-gap or stepping stone to something more “honorable”. There’s also a misplaced belief that all sales jobs are built on unrealistic, unattainable targets designed to push you to achieve more and more. The reality is that salespeople are personable and friendly who are in it for the long haul! Gone are the days of the hard sell, these days it’s all about...
Posted on Thursday October 14, 2021 at 07:14:50 PM
You’re ready to take on a new hire, your HR department has put up a killer advert but so far the applications are below the standard you’re looking for. They’re not experienced enough, don’t have any experience at all, or are unfamiliar with your market. So how can you stop wasting time during the hiring process and find the people who are truly right for your company? Assess your benefits A good place to start is by looking at your benefits package. The pandemic has triggered many people to reassess their attitude to work and candidates are increasingly looking for bigger and better benefits packages. Gone are the days where you could offer statutory holidays only or ask people to work from the office 24/7. Now if you want to attract the best sales talent you have to be one step ahead of your competitors. Flexible working hours are a great way to attract those top performers who are prioritizing family life; allowing them to give their...
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