How to Work at Google: How We Hire-
Also watch Steve Jobs on how to hire, manage, and lead people://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rQKis2Cfpeo
Last, please read the Lewis (2018) article about how new interviewing techniques need to be employed because we fail to assess prospective new employees for their soft skills with traditional methods. Today’s new technology allows HR professionals to screen a group of candidates with a 20-minute test, job auditions, meeting in low-pressure locations, video interviews, and virtual reality (VR) assessments.
Required reading: Lewis, G. (2018, January 29). 5 new interviewing techniques that you should start using [Blog]. LinkedIn Talent Blog. Retrieved from https://business.linkedin.com/talent-solutions/blog/interview-questions/2018/5-new-interviewing-techniques-that-you-need-to-know-about
Please respond to the following:
As an HR professional assigned with the task of changing interview methods at your company (current or past employer), which of the five new techniques in the Lewis (2018) reading fits best with your department? How does it compare with your employer’s current methods? Does a candidate’s potential role in your organization determine the interview method? Discuss what you have learned about employers’ approaches to staffing their organizations (Google, Apple, and your current or past employer).
Provide source citations if you utilize information from other authors/speakers (so that your peers can find the information if they wish).
Read through the responses by your peers and post responses to at least two classmates’ posts. Introduce ideas/comments and/or research/readings not mentioned yet.
Remember: To receive full credit in this forum, you need to post a minimum of three quality posts (your own initial post, and responses to two classmates). If you borrow from other authors, be sure to give them credit by citing sources.
Your discussion contributions will be assessed on the criteria found in the grading rubric for this assignment: Assignment-driven criteria Critical thinking Writing mechanics and referencing Timeliness