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Limit the Risk of Bad Hires with Top Behavioral Interviews Techniques
The interview is your most important recruitment tool in selecting the people who will ultimately determine your organization's success. A poorly conducted interview can result in bad hires and lead to high turnover rates and expensive rehiring costs. By some estimates, it can cost your company two times the employee's salary to replace them. A study found that traditional interviewing predicted future employee success only 10% of the time but behavioral based interviewing improved that rate by over 500%. Statistics show that candidates are five times more likely to succeed in their new workplace if they are interviewed using behaviorally-based questions during the interview.
Behavioral-based interviewing is a technique that leverages the concept that past behavior is the best predictor of future behavior. Traditional interviewing typically focuses on hypothetical questions rather than revealing the candidate's real past behavior. By using behavioral interviewing techniques, you'll make candidates respond with specific examples rather than generalized responses. In essence, you can learn what the candidate will do if they are hired!
Join this session with expert speaker Wes Pruett, where he will provide employers with the newest tools, knowledge, and skills to make a highly effective hiring decision the first time. The session will provide a specific and simple model for improving interview success that leads to reduced turnover and increased retention. You will also learn to use behavioral interviewing to tap into potential integrity problems.
This session will help you to:
Cite the steps for preparing for an interview
List 20+ recruitment sources
Create behaviorally-anchored interview questions
Identify job related behavioral competencies
Identify legally problematic questions
15 behavioral competencies for job descriptions and interviewing
Behavioral questions to get the real answer
The S.O.A.R method of creating behavioral interview questions
The interview process
The value of accurate job previews
338 useful interview questions
Top 10 tips for interviewers
43 behaviorally-based questions to uncover the "real" person
A basic method for rating and comparing candidates
With this session, you will get:
Complimentary list of interview questions
Top 10 tip list for interviewers
Live question and answer session
Complimentary copy of speaker's presentation slides
Who Should Attend
Company leaders including directors, managers, and front-line supervisors
Wes Pruett is owner of HR Advisors LLC, a consulting practice that provides service to clients who seek to align their business and employees creating successful outcomes and excellent work environments. After 20 years in senior leadership within the Mayo Health System he founded HR Advisors LLC.More info
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