We offer some recruitment services that support the recruitment process for our clients who otherwise are happy to manage the process in-house.
Selecting the right people for your organisation is one of the most critical managerial tasks.
Getting it wrong impacts many critical areas of the business performance and yet many managers still rely on a “gut feel” when employing.
Best Practice Behavioural Event Interviewing (BEI) is a skill that can be learnt by managers to improve their recruitment outcomes and ensure there are no messy legal issues arising from a less than perfect interviewing processes.
We teach the STAR questioning technique which broadly asks for:
Behavioural event interviewing is a technique used to illicit real life examples of behaviours from applicants of the competencies developed for the role.
The behavioural questions ask for an actual time they displayed the behaviour rather than relying on theoretical answers of what they might do in a situation.
We offer structured or behaviourally based interview training for managers that can be customised and some or all of the following modules may be included:
Referee checking can be a valuable part of the assessment process, if handled properly.
However its effectiveness can be limited if the person asking the questions is not experienced in referee checking.
Referee checking is also a time consuming task which may not be the best use of a managers time especially when they have other pressing priorities.
We can be impartial, unbiased and objective when it comes to the referee checks, we only want to look after our clients’ interests.