LPHR Magazine (March 2013) - Page 76

REVIEW WORKPLACE SPECIFICS Scheduling expectations for the position Location of the position Compensation plan Work Environment Organization’s Mission/Vision/Values & Culture Paid Time Off Schedule Opportunities for career advancement Company benefits have been reviewed Dress Expectations Provide written material to the candidate for post-meeting review or reference Ask if the candidate has any questions and review the answers Send a standard first interview recap email Clearly communicates the next steps in the process MARCH 2013 | LPRH.CO HUMAN RESOURCES | Interview Checklist To ensure there are as many avoidable surprises later as possible, you will want to cover some of these topics in a manner that ensures they are fully understood by the candidate. Make it fun and enjoy the process! Invest the majority of the time with a candidate listening to them. Don’t hang on every word said. Look for relational coordination and common competence. Above all, do what you can to give people a chance.... You truly never know where it can lead.