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How to Conduct the Perfect Interview

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Learn to identify best fit job candidates
with the Free “How to Conduct the Perfect Interview” webinar

how to conduct perfect job interviewsWhat questions should you ask? Or avoid? How do you ‘peel that onion’? Both experienced interviewers and those who are new to the challenge will benefit from this interactive presentation.

View the webinar and also receive
The Accolo Interviewing and Hiring Guide.

Join Accolo’s webinar gurus, John Younger and Ray Rike, for this FREE informational webinar focused on the nuances of interviewing.

  • Understanding the impact of a quality hire vs. hiring mistake
  • Make quality hiring repeatable
  • Preparing for the interview
  • Conducting an interview with precision
  • Managing interview teams
  • Making the right candidate decision

Let’s get to know each other a bit, then sit back and enjoy the show…
(A link to download the guide will be right below the video.)

About the Presenters:

John Younger, founder and CEO of Accolo – in a previous life was the Vice President of Human Resources for Bank of America where he led technical recruitment for an organization of 16,000 people.

Ray Rike, COO – is an executive with hands on experience hiring 1000s for companies like Accruent, QRS (QRSI), Actra (Netscape/GE joint venture) and GE Global Exchange Services (GE).

Think you already know how to interview?
Here are few accolades from previous sessions of this event:

Thank you. Great presentation and helpful information even for someone who has been doing this for awhile.”

GREAT webinar!  Substantive and enjoyable.”

Instructive webinar.  It has encouraged me to look differently at the recruiting and interview process – and hopefully for the better.”

It was better than many that I’ve paid to attend. Keep up the good work and I look forward to the next one!”