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Running head: THE INTERVIEW PROCESS 1 The Interview Process Jill Willis Kaplan University
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THE INTERVIEW PROCESS 2 The three positions I am hiring for are a front desk receptionist, an accountant to do the non-profit side of my competition dance team, and a classical ballet instructor. I have received an overwhelming response to the positions and now have the task of going through each resume/application and narrow the field down to the top ten applicants for each position. The first step I will take in the hiring process is to interview the potential employee over the phone. This will give me the opportunity to hear their phone etiquette because every position I’m looking to hire for would be at some point in time be communicating via a telephone to potential clients, business contacts, and current clients. The second step is to bring them in for a face-to-face interview with myself as well as my assistant. This will give us an opportunity to see the applicant and take note of certain characteristics regarding the applicant. This can include their appearance, body language, the way they answer questions, and to ask them why we should hire them for the position. This is also a good way for the applicant to ask questions and determine if the job is a good fit for them as well. “It’s important to remember that employment interviewing is actually a two-way process. The applicant is evaluating the employer while the employer is evaluating the applicant.
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