Back to the Basics – Interviews

Regardless if you are interviewing your very first candidate ever or you are a senior recruiter, it doesn’t hurt to review the basics of interview etiquette every once in a while.  Here at Kinetix, our recruiters interview and screen a plethora of candidates, all the time.  So, prepare yourself people. When preparing for your interview, […]

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Recruiting: The Race to the Finish – Part Two

If you are just tuning in, this is the second installment of Recruiting: The Race to the Finish. To read the 1st installment click here. In the standard recruiting process, you discover, research and apply. We already talked about step 1 and you are ready for step 2: Because we aren’t a standard recruiting firm we […]

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Cut The B.S. And Evaluate The “Fit” Of Potential Hires With Just 2 Questions…

Kinetix Insider Note: This blog was previously run at our sister site, HR Capitalist, where we discuss  all things under the HR sun. Since this post is related to what we’re talking about at Kinetix this month—Interviewing for Cultural and Motivational Fit—we thought it just made sense to give you guys the goods here, too. Enjoy! […]

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Start an Interview with This Request

Have you sat across from a candidate during an interview and wondered about the honesty of their responses? Getting more honesty from candidates is almost a gamble. What if they offer up a well rehearsed response that you will love? But, you can feel when someone is not being totally truthful. There is only one shot at getting more truthful […]

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The One Skill to Be Better at Any Job

Out of the multitude of skills you can learn and add to your resume, only one will help you be better at a job. Be warned! This skill is simple in concept, yet will take a lot work for you to perform. The skill that will increase your cred is right smack dab in front […]

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How to Give Good Feedback

Your teammate’s work activity is headed for disaster and will bring about the wrath of upper leadership, but you’re at a loss for words about how to provide helpful feedback. The cat’s got your tongue as you figure out how to steer your coworker back onto the road before they pull a Thelma & Louise […]

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