Making sure someone is the right fit and will stick around for a long time are the two main goals small business owners usually have when hiring employees. To make sure your next hire is the right fit, you need to know the correct questions to ask during the application and interview process. Maybe just as importantly, you should know the questions you must avoid to protect yourself from legal ramifications. With the right questions, the information you gather will help you hire the right employee.
If you are currently hiring, or will soon be, an upcoming training titled Hire Right may be for you. Learn from Kara Beech, owner of Beech Creative Group, and take advantage of her more than 14 years of human resources experience. The September 12th online webinar costs $15 to attend. Reserve your spot here.
Posting a position
This online webinar will include a list of things to consider before you even post the position such as:
- Reviewing the need of the position
- Identifying position requirements
- Who should sit in on the interview
- And more.
What questions should you be asking?
We will discuss the types of questions that are crucial to find answer to and how a good interview will set the foundation for recruiting, on-boarding, and ensuring your new hire becomes an integral part of your organization.
What questions should you never ask?
The presentation will conclude with the 10 questions you should never ask during the entire hiring process. Even casual questions can have legal ramifications when hiring. Learn how to protect your business from consequences.
Help is available
In addition to the Hire Right webinar, the Wyoming SBDC Network has human resources experts ready to offer no-cost confidential assistance to make sure your next hire is the right fit. Get in touch with your local advisor today by clicking here.
With the right training, you can assure yourself that the position will be filled with a qualified and capable person.
About the Author: Rob Condie has experience in commercial banking, Accounting Systems, and he speaks Spanish. As someone who loves seeing small businesses succeed, Rob enjoys the journey a small business takes from start to finish. When he is not on the road or meeting with clients, Rob enjoys spending time with his family and enjoying the outdoors, hunting, or fishing.