A job posting may attract hundreds or even thousands of applicants. Gone are the days when one in-person interview served the hiring manager and interviewee’s needs. Today, smart employers have a selection of interview types in their toolbox. For example, a recruiter may use one style to narrow the candidate pool to a manageable number and another to choose between two finalists.
A business is only as good as the people who work there. So how do you make sure you find and keep the best people? In this course, you’ll learn all the stages of talent management—from recruiting to transition. You’ll also discover ways to connect and develop relationships that benefit both the business and the talent you hire.
Building and retaining a diverse team increases innovation, creativity, and productivity. Even so, many of us are unaware of how unconscious bias impairs our efforts to build such a team. In this course, you’ll discover how unconscious bias can lead to accidental discrimination and homogenous talent pools.
A good job interview empowers you to make smart hiring decisions. But a great job interview convinces top talent to work for your company over competitors. In this course, you’ll learn how to conduct exceptional job interviews—from preparation to follow-up.