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Who & How to Hire: Best Practices for Finding and Retaining the Best Candidates for Your Optimal Team

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Category Employee recruitment strategies; Recruitment strategies in hrm; Behavioral interview questions

Deadline: October 10, 2019 | Date: October 10, 2019

Venue/Country: Training Doyens 26468 E Walker Dr, Aurora, Color, U.S.A

Updated: 2019-09-16 16:26:44 (GMT+9)

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When building the optimal team, it is imperative to find not only the right candidates for the job, but the candidates that will best complement your company’s mission and the team as a whole. This webinar will go over innovative ways to attract talent, strategic interview questions to ask candidates, and how to retain them.


If you struggle to find the right candidates for the job, or your turnaround rate is high, you will learn how to use behavioral interview questions and thoughtful employee recruitment strategies to find the best fit, which means keeping them past the first two weeks.


• Seeking deeper diversity through effective recruitment strategies and practices

• Finding hidden candidates by using innovative ways to attract talent

• The 4 basic personality types you must have on your team

• Best strategic interview questions to ask candidates

• Making the final decision

• Setting them up for success


Learn how to implement effective recruitment strategies and practices to find the right candidates and build the most effective teams.


Team leaders and managers looking to build the most effective teams.

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