Off-the-wall interview questions, lengthy printed job descriptions and rounds of repetitive interviews are a very 1989 - or even 2003 - way of recruiting. Gerry Crispin, Principal of CareerXroads, says it's high time for a change. "For many years we've had a pretty bad approach in general to recruiting and we continue to have a bad approach." He says that advances in technology, particularly social media, are only adding to the problem and make it easier for companies to make the same mistakes - and make them faster.
Crispin suggests that updated interview strategies will yield better results for employers and job seekers alike. Download the whitepaper to learn what three steps are central to any new interview process.