- Interesting article from WSJ on what companies are doing in interviews. But also raises the questions of what HR is doing to ensure that the tactics used areMessage 1 of 1 , Jun 3, 2009View SourceInteresting article from WSJ on what companies are doing in interviews.
But also raises the questions of what HR is doing to ensure that the tactics
used are ensuring we hire the best quality folks, not just the ones that
can put up with the 'hot trend du jour" - remember puzzle interviews??? Now
the case study example and way Capital One approaches it described here
sound like a smart move. Some others, not so much. What's your company
doing differently now?
_Companies raise the bar for new hires_
With so many job candidates available, many employers feel comfortable
making prospective hires jump through extra hoops -- insisting on unpaid
tryouts, asking intrusive personal questions and including role-playing in
interviews. "Job seekers frequently face a process that makes the Spanish
Inquisition seem tame," says human resources consultant Jennifer Berman. _The
Wall Street Journal_
Patricia A. Frame
Management Consultant, Speaker, & Author.
Human Capital advisor to small to mid-size organizations.
STRATEGIES FOR HUMAN RESOURCES _www.SHRinsight.com_
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