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How To Make Good Hiring Decisions

Researches suggest that most hiring managers make decisions based on biases rather than objective comparative analysis of the candidates. This, obviously, is not the right approach towards recruiting, biases can result in selection of the wrong candidate for the job, a decision they might regret in the future.

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Hiring Manager's Problem: Deciding on the Best Candidate

Cognitive Analytics To The Rescue

My boss and I had decided we need more people in the team. We set up assessments sent out invites - they were mostly freshers or referrals. I got notified that candidates took the assessments - I shortlisted a few and sent the videos over to my boss. He further shortlisted a few and sent it back asking me to make the final selection. I was so confused whom to hire! I started browsing the internet for articles on how to make better decisions while hiring. First of all, there weren’t many articles to help me with and to top that some articles told me I should check their behavior and what not. I wasn’t going to do all that!

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7 Illegal Questions to Avoid During Interviews

Recruiting is a necessary and an integral part of any business expansion efforts. Before starting the recruiting process, it is important to be aware of the legal framework within which you can function.

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Importance of Employee Perception

What is perception? Not necessarily something based on reality, it can just be a perspective an individual has based on one’s view of a particular situation. When we talk about an organization, what matters the most are the employees and so what they perceive about the organization itself becomes key to its growth. Reality may be different but how employees view the reality is something for organizations to look at.

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