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7 Effective Questions To Gauge Your Interviewee

Being an interviewer, how well do you remember the last interview you took or how well is the selected employee performing. It should take you back to the day when you interviewed the employee or let’s say how effectively you gauged the employee.

An interviewer should always scan through the resume before an in-person meeting. A resume gives you 70% overview of candidates alma matter and experiences if any. 

The following mentioned questions have been designed for both a fresher as well as experienced interviewee.

1. How Well Versed Are You With The Current Job Profile?

It doesn’t sound like a question that should be on top, but an interviewee should know what role he/she is applying for and what are his/her expectations from a position. How the candidate responds to this question is where you can judge whether he/she fits the requirement.

2. How Would You Relate Your Past Experience To The Current Role? 

This one can be put across to someone with experience. A candidate with years of experience should be able to relate his past role to the current position he/she is applying for. An interviewer can assess the candidate on how they tie their responsibilities listed in the job description for the new position with their previous responsibilities.

3. Why Are You Applying for This Position?

This question gives an insight into why they are looking for a change and whether they have done market research on the profile they are looking for. It also lets one know how enthusiastic the candidate is about the position.

4. What Is Your Salary Expectations?

This question is mostly discussed at the end after the interviewer is stationed to settle with the candidate for the position. But it should always be considered a priority as the whole interview session won’t make sense if the candidate has higher expectations.

5. How Soon Can You Join?

A candidate might have commitments to his/her previous organisation, so would an interviewer to fill the position. Different companies have different policies with a varied range of minimum 7 days to a maximum of 90 days notice period. This question should be put across once the salary part has been discussed.

6. What Are Your Interests And Hobbies?

Interests and Hobbies depict a picture of how well a candidate socializes, which can help one know how better team player the candidate is. This question can also help one break the ice. An interview session is always considered one-way talk, discussing interests and hobbies can make it a conversation.

7. Do You Have Any Questions For Me?

This question should always be a part of an interview session. Candidates have several questions to be asked but always park it for the joining day. The interviewer should always answer this question as it is often ignored, leaving the candidates confused.

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Why Startup Firms Should Invest In HR

Is it worth investing in HR? How would one benefit from it? The question is never given a thought when starting up a firm. A startup business owner would frequently seek to cultivate friendly, informal relationships, under the basis of trust and casual compliance. Here, the HR department plays an important role in managing people, workplace culture, and the environment. They also deal with common issues like compensation, performance management, organisation development, employee motivation, training, and others.
 
Finding, recruiting, and retaining top talent is no longer the only work that the HR department does; developing strategic policies, employee engagement, and standardizing the hierarchy are the other aspects that are covered by the department.

Let's look at what HRM can bring to your plate.

Recruitment To Retirement
Recruitment is the process of hiring the right talent within or outside of an organisation for a job opening. A business owner may not be aware of the standard hiring processes; an HR can provide guidance to ensure that the company extends offers to suitable candidates. Similarly, they can help in the smooth functioning of the exit and retirement process, allowing the owners to focus on business operations and profitability.

Training To Thriving
Training and development is an essential step in building a strong employer-employee relationship and is also a key job function of HR. They not only conduct induction but also thrives the employees to be aspiring leaders for supervisory and management roles. HR can create such learning and development modules using software applications.

Hiring a tech-savvy HR can simplify the entire HR process.

Salary & Settlement
Handling payroll is a tedious job. Payroll comprises of aspects like pay run, payslip & report generation, tax, and PF & ESIC. The HR department can help develop compensation structures along with procedures for full & final settlement. The department also conducts extensive surveys to maintain compensation costs in line with the organisation's current financial status and projected revenue.

Policies & Procedure
A business is formed on terms and conditions; hence, suitable policies and procedures must be in place for the people associated with it. These policies successfully recognize the limit between providing employees with proper guidance for appropriate behavior at work. Some policies are framed on the basis of law & order. HR ensures that the policies are in place to maintain equality, safety, and consistency in the workplace.

HR with a sound knowledge of latest technology can bring in a more tech-based
revolution in an organisation.

eHRMS by Neural IT is a cloud-based software helping HR’s to simplify their daily tasks. Digitize your HR function & let eHRMS empower HR’s to easily onboard new hires, track employee progress, and analyze data to support employee development and organisation.

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