For those who are interested in PERM advertising in Dallas, at least for the beginning stages of the recruitment process, the interview should be done by phone. A previous article discussed a few general ideas about things one should do during and keep in mind when it comes to this process. This article is going to dive deeper into the questions one can discuss with their candidates who found the position via PERM advertising in Dallas, as well as a few warning signs to keep in mind.
Current and Expected Salary
A good question to ask a candidate who has applied to the post after seeing PERM advertising from Dallas has to do with the salary they currently have and the salary they are expecting. It is a good idea to pose this question, because it can act like a filter. First of all, if the candidate is making a great deal more than one is offering, then it is a good sign to not move forward with them. In addition, it could be a great insight into how senior they are. Finally, it gives one a great insight into whether they should rethink their offer or not. If lots of the available candidates are currently making more than the offered salary, one should change it.
Reason for Leaving Current Role
Having a good understanding of this is very important, because if the issue is one that occurs in their company quite a lot, then it is a clear indication that individual may not be the best for the role.
Typical Mistakes Other Candidates Make
It is a good idea to ask this question, so that one will see whether the individual is aware of common pitfalls of the role. The reason this is important is that if one can’t find common mistakes, it could be an indication that they won’t realize it when making mistakes themselves.
Great Product or Service Recently Discovered
This question reveals whether the individual keeps up with the trends of the field they are in.
Too Much Money Talk
If one talks too much about money, it is a sign that money is the only thing that motivates them, which is not a great quality to have in an employee.
Most businesses need candidates who have lots of energy and who are motivated. If a candidate has low energy during the phone interview, it is hard to imagine that they are going to be different when working. However, it could be a good idea to ask whether they are tired.