By Kristin Baird
If your recruiting efforts include hiring Gen Z, now is a good time to review your hiring practices.
“I can get a job anywhere. I’m looking for a culture.”
This statement was made by a bright and talented Gen Z woman at the top of her graduate class. Her education and qualifications make her a desirable candidate for just about any organization. It was clear that she will have her pick of jobs. Here is what I gleaned from our conversation:
WHAT’S IN A CULTURE?
Like many millennials and Gen Zs, she wants:
MAKE THE MOST OF THE INTERVIEW
I was recently talking with an experienced manager who was having difficulty hiring for open positions. In our coaching conversation, I asked her to walk me through a typical interview. “Carla” described her process for reviewing the resume with the candidate and having them review the job description.
There are a few major flaws in this approach:
A great employee relationship starts with a single interview. How are you making the most of those precious interview opportunities?
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