Structured Interviewing is a standard practice for evaluating candidates based on the needs of specific job requirements and functions. The standard and repeatable process ’SI’ unpacks has proven to help companies create a level playing field for job candidates, and work as a safeguard to prevent teams (and individuals) from making bad hiring decisions.
When ‘SI’ is introduced effectively, technical recruiters are able to more easily identify false-positive and false-negative hiring decisions when they surface, and use interview-feedback data to intelligibly navigate and affect the decision-making process. SI also enables a centralized hiring function that is conducive to widening an organization’s resources and bandwidth for hiring.
Additionally, SI is proven to:
- Raise quality standard(s) for assessing candidates
- Promote fungibility across teams
- Reduce ambiguity through adoption of common language (used for evaluation)
Join Luke McGinn, senior technical recruiter at Climate Corp, for a free webinar on Thursday, March 26 at 2 pm as he shares what he’s learned over the years in his experience(s) working with technical management and individual contributor engineering and product teams, in introducing structured interview methods and guidelines for top software-technology companies (and smaller startups).
Attendees of this seminar will:
- Revisit the main benefits of structured interviewing
- Explore some best-practices to mitigate false-negative outcomes
- Learn to identify and handle subjective and subconscious bias
- Understand how to assert themselves in interview panel debriefs
- Take home a guide to help introduce/implement SI within your organization
Who Should Attend: Anyone who is interested in learning how to compliment technical teams and departments within their organization through driving better QA strategies for hiring that can easily prevent the common mistake of hiring the wrong candidate for a technical function — or worse yet, rejecting the right one.
This webinar will fill up fast. Register for free to reserve your seat now. Can’t attend? No problem! Register for the webinar, and you’ll receive a link to view the video recording the next day. Everyone who attends the live broadcast will receive HRCI and SHRM credits.