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Working from home is not easy. With multitudes of distraction, the amount of work done daily would be much less than how it used to be at office. What measures have you taken to ensure your employees don’t experience a burnout and work effectively?
Work from home is the new normal now. New hires no longer meet their peers face-to-face. How do you ensure that your new employees feel welcome on their day-one? Do you give them fun tasks on their first day to be done via zoom? Or, is it a customary zoom welcome?
How do you treat the candidacy of a person with a history of interview no-show with the same company?
What happens when a candidate with a history of interview no show re-apply at your company? Would you treat that as a lack of professionalism and mark them ineligible or give them the benefit of the doubt?Your feedback would be helpful!
How do you identify ‘the perfect candidate’ from a bunch of suitable candidates profiles?While screening multiple profiles, what makes the perfect candidate stand out from the rest? Is it their experience in the field, or their achievements? Tell us what matters most in your company.
What are some of the best practices to follow while interviewing a candidate? While resumes can tell a lot about an employee’s career achievements, is that all that matters the most while selecting a candidate? Should we place importance on punctuality and ‘the firm handshake’? How do you know if the candidate is a team player? Are they an individual contributor or a potential leader? How do we identify these while interviewing?
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