More than 75% of turnover can be traced back to poor interviewing techniques. Using behavioral-based interview questions in conjunction with other thought provoking questions will motivate existing team members, increase productivity, and better position the company in the marketplace by improving the accuracy of selecting the best candidates. Behavioral interviewing is a technique for valid and reliable selection that asks questions that draw upon past experiences and actions. Participants will learn how to select competencies that are critical to success on the job, implement behavioral-based questioning, evaluate responses, and select the right talent.
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