Sooner or later one of your employees is going to quit, and whether they’re giving two-week notice or leaving that same day, losing a worker can have negative effects on your business if not handled correctly.
Hawaii is in a hiring pickle: lots of companies are looking for workers; not nearly enough workers are looking for new positions. At almost full statewide employment, recruiting passive candidates will—if it hasn’t already—become a necessity for many local employers.
The desire to please and impress an employer will produce droves of candidates all claiming to be passionate about your position and company. So, how can you tell if a candidate is simply enthusiastic or actually has a passion for their work?
Asking the wrong interview questions can result in a bad hire or worse yet, put a company at risk for potential claims of discrimination. Download our easy-to-use interview guide to lawful and unlawful interview questions.