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The interview is not defined by Adler focuses on the predisposition of the employee or their training but, true to its name, performance is everything. This issue, secondary to other people, is listed as “Most Important Question of All Time", as it can give us information of two key qualities. First, lets you compare what the candidate must achieve to be considered as a valid person with that achieved in the past; second, an upward trend reveals the coach that a worker is faced with great potential and able to surpass himself. In my next article I will explain about jobs Naukri.

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Adler believes that the questions as usual trick in the selection process say little or nothing of the real behavior of future workers, and it is better to go to the concrete and ask very directly about a conflict that will be resolved in future work.


To ensure that the candidate is not able to convince their labia, it is useful to ask, immediately afterwards, about a similar situation in which the candidate is involved saw before. Only that way you can really know if you are hiring the right person, says Adler.

These are not the only expert advice on selection provides personal interviews. Also remember that it is preferable that the first meeting will not occur in the office but the candidate stroll by the company to help you understand it better, be direct with him and, ultimately, make clear the expectations that you must have before future work, as this will contribute to better management of the company if hired.
Adler added in an article in Business Insider, which are popular ideas about hiring that, in their experience, have been proven false.

• The first impression is what counts. According to the expert, the first impression only serves to know how a person is able to show, but says nothing about its performance. Only investing time (hour) may be able to find out if this is the right person.
• The coach must follow your intuition. Not at all, argues Adler. Many hiring mistakes occur by the good feelings that cause people occupationally inept.
• The important thing is to have the more experience the better. Adler believes that experience is relative, and do not look to those who have worked more but have better utilized their experience, ie, those that have achieved more in less time.
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