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5 Tips to
Pick the
Best of
the
Litter
or, you know,
candidate pool
Don't eliminate
candidates based
solely on
lack of
experience.
Past job
performance
is a better
predictor of
success.
’
Write a job
description
that hightlights
the role and
responsibilities as
well as your
company culture.
Always use an interview
score card. Hires made
on "Gut decisions only
increase the likelihood
for turnover.
Take the time to update
your candidates as to
where they stand in the
process. The more
communication, the
better.
Don't rely on interviews
alone. Use skills tests
and reference checks
to ensure your
candidate has what it
takes.
’
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5 Tips to Pick the Best of The Litter (or, you know, candidate pool)

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Hiring isn't always easy. Here are five tips to help you through the process (with pictures of cats, because who doesn't think cats are cute?).

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  1. 1. 5 Tips to Pick the Best of the Litter or, you know, candidate pool
  2. 2. Don't eliminate candidates based solely on lack of experience. Past job performance is a better predictor of success. ’
  3. 3. Write a job description that hightlights the role and responsibilities as well as your company culture.
  4. 4. Always use an interview score card. Hires made on "Gut decisions only increase the likelihood for turnover.
  5. 5. Take the time to update your candidates as to where they stand in the process. The more communication, the better.
  6. 6. Don't rely on interviews alone. Use skills tests and reference checks to ensure your candidate has what it takes. ’
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