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How To Make An #Effective #Reference #Checklist

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#Reference checking allows you to ensure that you are finding the #mostqualified person who is also a good match for the #position. By conducting #referencechecks, you can avoid costs associated with …

#Reference checking allows you to ensure that you are finding the #mostqualified person who is also a good match for the #position. By conducting #referencechecks, you can avoid costs associated with failed probation periods and poor performance, which can impact your guests or clients and damage your image or reputation. This #reference check could help you confirm #information on the candidate's #application and #resumes. You will also gain greater #insights into the candidate's #history, #skills, #knowledge and #abilities from someone who has actually observed the candidate perform. #VietnamWorks gives you some #tips to conduct an #effective #checklist for references

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  • 1. How To Make A Reference Checklist
  • 2. Why
  • 3. #1: Ask candidates their listed references.
  • 4. #2: Choose one reference is a former/current supervisor and one individuals who have worked with the candidate
  • 5. #3: Maintain confidentiality and retain your notes from reference checks
  • 6. #4: Ask open-ended questions
  • 7. #5: Ask the about the applicant’s strengths and weaknesses
  • 8. #6: Describe your vacant position and ask the reference how he or she feels the candidate would fit into the position.
  • 9. #7: Listen carefully to the reference’s tone for an indication of underlying feelings.
  • 10. #8: Disregard information about which the reference has no first- hand knowledge or that is unrelated to the applicant’s skills, performance, and qualifications..
  • 11. VietnamWorks gives you 10 common questions
  • 12. www.blogs.vietnamworks.com