Hire Right – The top 3 questions every recruiter has to assess

Welcome to the first edition of our new recruitment series which we will be sharing over the next few months. We will be sharing with you top hiring tips ranging from interview techniques to offer management skills. Keep watch on our space to get hold of the latest updates.

With our years of experience within the recruitment industry, talent sourcing has always been a tough nut to crack in Singapore. Although talent don’t seem to be in a lack of supply in certain markets, this does not mean that an organisation will always get the right hire.

Talent sourcing can be costly with training and development investments involved. However, other costs such as time and effort spent with on-boarding and other intangible aspects can escalate the disadvantages that a wrong hire can bring to a company. Hence, it is essential to evaluate the hiring process and strategies in place to ensure you consider the right key questions when interviewing potential hires.

Not sure of where to start? Click the link below to find out what you'll need to consider during your decision making process:

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