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Tips for Interviewing Candidates
  By: Les Gore
Did you hear the one about the hiring executive who asked a candidate, "Do you think you can handle a variety of work?"

"I ought to be able to," she said. "I've had ten different jobs in six months."


What to Ask Before You Hire
  By: Patricia Fripp, CSP, CPAE
Good employees turn up, not by magic, but through good hiring practices, and smart hiring starts with smart interviewing. After you've asked the usual "resume" questions -- job history, education, salary expectations, etc. -- probe your prospect with questions that will illuminate their hopes, goals, inclinations, and reservations.


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