Recruitment series — Top 3 questions every recruiter or hiring manager needs to assess

Welcome to the first edition of our new recruitment series which we will be sharing over the next few months. Based on feedback from our managers, hiring is often a tedious process and hence requires expertise on sourcing and on-boarding the right candidate. To add on, many have asked for tips on hiring – including tips for interviewing, offer management, culture fit and many others.

As such, we have designed a three-part series for all hiring managers and those in HR that we hope would be helpful for you.

In the first part, we will touch on: What are the top 3 questions every recruiter or hiring manager needs to assess?

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