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It is more important to listen than to write. • Immediately after the interview, determine if you would rehire the employee. Assume they will reapply. • Thank the employee for their feedback and candor. • Make use of the information gathered. If you do not use this new information, then why do an exit interview? • The exit interview can provide you with a good mechanism to take a hard look at how your company is perceived. Since the employee is leaving, they will often be more open and frank in their discussions about the company.

As a general rule, companies will use the second interview process for managerial and key decision-making positions. The above process will ensure that you are hiring the most qualified candidate for entry level and nondecision-making positions. The higher you go on the pay scale, the more important the position (decision-making and managerial responsibilities), the more sure you need to be in your hiring decision. As already discussed, the hiring costs rise very quickly for managerial and decision-making positions.

The longer you wait to complete the evaluation form, the less accurate and complete the information will be. 52 The Hiring Blueprint Interview Guide and Recap Form Interview Information Candidate’s Name: ____________________ Position: _________________________ Interviewer: __________________________ Interview Date: ____________________ Total interview time will be: ________________________________________________ Notes from Job Description Observable skills/knowledge/abilities critical to the job: ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ Motivation/achievement: __________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ Decision making/judgment: ________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ Following procedures: ____________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ Resourcefulness: ________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ Proactive: ______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ (continued) The Hiring Blueprint 53 Interview Guide and Recap Form (continued) Notes from Résumé Documented examples of skills: ____________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ Related work experience: _________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ Red flags—areas to probe: ________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ Notes on the Job and Organization Location: ______________________________________________________________ Qualifications: __________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ Promotional opportunities: _________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ Direct/indirect reports: ____________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ Performance evaluations: _________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ Benefits: _______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ Accountabilities:_________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ Summary about organization: ______________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ 54 The Hiring Blueprint (continued) Interview Guide and Recap Form (continued) Guidelines for Starting the Interview Use the following guidelines when interviewing the candidate: • • • • Establish rapport Set interview agenda.

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