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More and more organizations are building sustainable relationships with target customers. In this talent-scarce market, we think they should also build the same kind of relationships with candidates.
These days, interviewers need to know how to push a candidate's "hot buttons" - that is, appeal most directly to her wants and needs - by describing a job and the company in terms of that candidate's specific accomplishments, competencies, and goals.
An interview can profoundly affect the candidate's decision to join or not to join a company.
The shortage of engineers and developers is forcing companies to woo workers with the kind of extravagant promises usually reserved for professional athletes.
If there is strong competition to fill technical positions, you may be required to sell candidates on your organization before you interview and evaluate them.
It can be a real mistake to equate a lack of company knowledge with a lack of motivation. Focus instead on selling top candidates on the talent of the team they will join.
When a valued candidate shows resistance to a job offer, it is important to classify the nature of the candidate's concern. Then you can apply the most effective response.
Encourage employees to think twice about changing jobs to correct just one paycheck.