How to Interview Job Candidates

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The more candidates you interview, the likelier you'll find a better candidate.

How do you increase your chances of finding more/more/more superstars?

Create job templates for each and every ^%^* step - from the first reply to a job candidate to the interview questions to the welcome package.

  • Automate the inital pre-screen questions that you can use repeatedly.
  • Automate how you post your jobs, with stock job descriptions that you can use over and over and over.
  • Automate The X

For instance, your tidy business manual on "Hiring" includes:

  • Job description: [text of job description here]
  • First reply: ....
  • Onsite interview invitation text: ...
  • List of questions for 1st interview: ...
  • Follow-up response: ...
  • Welcome text: ...
  • etc, etc, etc

Documenting each and every little thing that you do %^@%^@ booooooosts how fast you get that thing accomplished.

Automate Everything

If you have to repeat something for the future, automate the mofro.

The more you automate your job application process, the faster your company works in finding your next superstar.

  • ...and the next superstar
  • ...and the next superstar
  • ...and the next superstar

Because you automate the hiring process, you start to scale much faster.

Rid Costs

And, you cut freakish costs and waste from not repeating what your company does over and over and over; you start to save star time by giving the repetitive work to Small-time Dood.

Automating the job app process will help you grow your company with a simple ^%^* push of a mother $@"& button.

Win.

Automate.

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Posted on November 17

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