Many business owners believe that their companies don’t provide valuable-enough targets for cybercriminals because they don’t have thousand
During a conversation with one of our partners, the owner addressed their concern with employee retention. Effectively he lamented: “What is a business owner to do; keep training your staff and risk losing them to competition, or don’t train your staff and risk having to fire them?”
If you happen to be a Beatles fan, perhaps you recognize the song title “It Don’t Come Easy”, originally sung by Ringo Starr way back in 1971. For many MSPs and VARs we suspect the title will resonate as it seems to apply equally to hiring technical staff members.
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Early January 2018, VAR Staffing wrote a short blog on the most predictable question posed to recruiting companies; “How long will it take to fill this position?”
Interview questions are the foundation of determining who gets hired. Ask the wrong questions; hire the wrong person. Everyone acknowledges how difficult it can be sometimes to correctly identify good talent. One reason behind that challenge is many companies utilize only one type of interview question.
There are 3 “must have” types of questions to ask during the interview process to improve the odds of hiring the right person. They are: Experiential, Problem Solving, and Critical Thinking questions.