1. Prepare a unique and memorable introduction Candidates who can market themselves effectively can create a memorable first impression thus increasing your chances to be selected. Highlight skills and achievements that relate specifically to the company and the position that you are applying for, but most importantly ensure that they are measurable! 2. Practice your responses to standard questions There are many questions and answers you can find online to general questions.
1. Create a clear job description There should be a detailed and specific job description and profile. Elements that are essential; job description, responsibilities, goals, KPI’s, plans, and past working experience. This will help you screen suitable candidates who fulfill your requirements and streamline your recruitment process. 2. Design an assessment rubric Identify essential attributes for the position and list the criteria that would represent that attribute. Then crea