Making the Most of Candidate Interviews

2022-04-28

SN-Plus-April-2022 In this national climate of low unemployment, every tip for making the most of your recruitment processes and approaches can provide a critical advantage. This includes the job interview, a step that shouldn’t be rushed or rejected, as doing so can put your operation at greater risk for a bad staffing fit and costly consequences. The live, person-to-person exchange between a hiring manager and an applicant is a valuable opportunity for both parties to gather information that can have a direct bearing on the ultimate success of the hire. 

In “Talk a Good Game,” a new SN Plus article, you’ll discover best practice suggestions for making the most of the job interview process, including suggested questions designed to draw out insights about an applicant’s potential contributions to your team, as well as aspects of their personality.

Individual SN Plus articles are published periodically as extras to School Nutrition magazine’s print and digital editions. Click here to read “Talk a Good Game” on your device or print out a hard copy. Share it with your team members. We simply ask that if you share it outside of the school nutrition community, credit should be provided to School Nutrition/School Nutrition Association. Visit the SN Plus page to access other recent articles.

School Nutrition thanks AccuTemp for its generous support in making this article available.

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