from Human Resource Executive
Some recruiters and hiring managers use unusual techniques in an attempt to get beneath the polished surface of job candidates. Seeking input from receptionists, adding uncommon assessments and observing the way candidates interact with each other are just some of the ways HR professionals look for cultural fit. When prospective employees are engaged in the recruitment process, they're making every effort to put their best foot forward — at least overtly. But sometimes candidates leave subtle cues, whether they know it or not, about what they're really like. And sometimes HR professionals and hiring managers can nudge them in that direction by creatively digging below the surface to uncover those telling signs.
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