Guest Host:

Tiffany McGowen, director of national recruiting, Paycom

Conducting a successful interview can be difficult. It may sound easy on paper, but knowing how to talk with prospective employees about what they can bring to the table can make or break the quality of your hires.

With new workforce data from the recent U.S. Jobs report showing that an increased number of people are entering the workforce and Americans are quitting their jobs at a rate not seen since 2009, it’s more important than ever to ensure you are conducting the sharpest interviews in order to find today’s very best talent.

In this edition of HR Break Room, Caleb and Chelsea sit down with Paycom’s Director of National Recruiting, Tiffany McGowen, to discuss the importance of interviews along with some of today’s best practices.

In this episode of HR Break Room, you will:

  • discover the long-term role of recruiting in interviews
  • investigate the importance of understanding the story of interviewees
  • determine how to actively listen in order to conduct a thoroughly detailed interview

 

Want to learn even more? Register to attend our upcoming webinar: "New Labor Trends: Is Your Organization Prepared?"

 

 

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About HR Break Room

HR Break Room is a podcast from your friends working in human resources, dedicated to bringing you interesting break room conversations with experts on the hot topics of HR and HR Technology, one cup of coffee at a time. Hosted by Caleb Masters and Chelsea Jensen, HR Break Room is designed to inspire you to harness the power of HR technology to empower your people and organization.

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