How Employers Really Hire an Employee

Everyone knows how hiring works from the candidate’s point of view. It goes like this:

  1. Job is posted.
  2. Candidates submit resumes.
  3. The recruiter reviews the resumes and does phone screens.
  4. The top candidates come in and interview.
  5. The hiring manager decides which candidate to hire.
  6. HR performs background checks
  7. The company extends an offer, the candidate negotiates, and then it’s done!

Sounds easy, enough, right?

It is, until suddenly you’re the hiring manager. Here’s what the hiring manager is actually doing in order to get the best person on board.

To keep reading, click here: How Employers Really Hire an Employee

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