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Browse our hiring resources and tools which include sample hiring questions, interviewing techniques and metrics you can use to evaluate recruiting performance.

  • Guide To Writing Good Behavioral-Based Questions

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    Within the question framework of the Accolo online application for candidates is the ability for Accolo Hiring Consultants and Hiring Managers to craft behavioral based interview questions.

    For the sake of expediency and keystroke-savings, the behavioral based question is known affectionately to us “in the Biz” as a BBQ. Unlike a conventional BBQ, the Accolo BBQ has nothing to do with a grill, with pork or with pork by-products. Be that as it may, the BBQ is the real meat, the real beef, as it were, in a candidate’s online job application. Read More…

  • Making a Job Offer

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    Courteous, Respectful and Confidential: best practices in extending an offer of employment

    “If you are planning on doing business with someone again, don’t be too tough in the negotiations. If you’re going to skin a cat, don’t keep it as a house cat.” – Marvin S. Levin

    The key to a successful job offer extension is to view it as a process that starts from the minute you engage a potential candidate. By using a consistent and systematic approach, you can minimize the risk of investing countless hours and resources in an ill-fated recruiting effort. Read More…

  • Hiring Manager Survey Questions

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    measure hiring manager satisfaction as one of your key metrics

    Before we begin an engagement, we distribute Hiring Manager surveys to establish a baseline from which to measure future recruitment performance. These Hiring Manager Surveys are a subjective measurement of your recruiting, but the Hiring Managers’ perceptions of the recruiting function are ultimately the most important metric. If you are not focused on making the Hiring Managers and candidates happy, you are not managing the function with the real customers in mind. Read More…