Tips for Hiring Manager

5 Tips for Hiring manager

Allow Candidate to talk more

Study’s shows that hiring managers talk too much about themselves and opportunity in hand leave little time candidate to talk. The more you allow them to speak, more you learn about candidates, which helps you understand them clearly.

Let other staff also interview 

Allowing other staff members to interview the candidate helps to the interviewee understand the organization culture and it also helps you understand how the applicant will fit in your organization.

Ask at least one question from each section below

Competency – you can determine candidate technical skills for this position by asking competencies questions. Ask technical questions, piratical exercise or situational questions, It helps you to understand decision-making skills. For example, if you interviewing programmer or developer, give them scenarios and ask to develop the logic to accomplish scenarios.

Ethics – you can understand ethical values of the interviewee by asking a question such as how do you ask help from your teammates., ask about punctuality, ask behavioral questions. This helps you to assess if the candidate would fit with your organization.

Interest – Not every candidate who giving interview are not interested in your organization. You have to filter out those are really interested in being part of your organization. Ask some common question about your organization, such as what are our products or services, ask do you know how many locations we have nationally etc. Truly interested candidate learned basics about your organization before the interview.

Check responsibility 

It’s important for hiring a manger to make sure candidate is very responsible and will be dedicated towards the job. Ask a question like how can they manage day-to-day responsibilities? How they priorities there task? When do they fail to deliver work on time? If you interviewing manager, ask does he/she follow management strategy? These questions help you to understand candidate seriousness towards work.

Now, you  is your turn to answers

Finally, Whatever happens during the interview, show positive behavior. Even if you would decide that candidate is not fit within the few seconds of the interview, make sure that you treating a candidate like want on the board. Ask, do you have any questions for me? Ask, do you like to learn more about our organization. Talk about the challenges you facing in a position that you are interviewing for. This increases the chances of words going out how good is your organization.

 

HR Point Consulting

IT Staffing, Recruiting and Services

www.hrpointconsulting.com

What is Web Design?

Design is the process of collecting ideas, and aesthetically arranging and implementing them, guided by certain principles for a specific purpose. Web design is a similar process of creation, with the intention of presenting the content on electronic web pages, which the end-users can access through the internet with the help of a web browser.

Elements of Web Design
Web design uses many of the same key visual elements as all types of design such as:

Layout: This is the way the graphics, ads and text are arranged. In the web world, a key goal is to help the view find the information they seek at a glance. This includes maintaining the balance, consistency, and integrity of the design.

Colour: The choice of colours depends on the purpose and clientele; it could be simple black-and-white to multi-coloured design, conveying the personality of a person or the brand of an organization, using web-safe colours.

Graphics: Graphics can include logos, photos, clipart or icons, all of which enhance the web design. For user friendliness, these need to be placed appropriately, working with the colour and content of the web page, while not making it too congested or slow to load.

Fonts: The use of various fonts can enhance a website design. Most web browsers can only read a select number of fonts, known as “web-safe fonts”, so your designer will generally work within this widely accepted group.

Content: Content and design can work together to enhance the message of the site through visuals and text. Written text should always be relevant and useful, so as not to confuse the reader and to give them what they want so they will remain on the site. Content should be optimized for search engines and be of a suitable length, incorporating relevant keywords.

Creating User-Friendly Web Design
Besides the basic elements of web design that make a site beautiful and visually compelling, a website must also always consider the end user. User-friendliness can be achieved by paying attention to the following factors.

Navigation: Site architecture, menus and other navigation tools in the web design must be created with consideration of how users browse and search. The goal is to help the user to move around the site with ease, efficiently finding the information they require.

Multimedia: Relevant video and audio stimuli in the design can help users to grasp the information, developing understanding in an easy and quick manner. This can encourage visitors to spend more time on the webpage.

Compatibility: Design the webpage, to perform equally well on different browsers and operating systems, to increase its viewing.

Technology: Advancements in technology give designers the freedom to add movement and innovation, allowing for web design that is always fresh, dynamic and professional.

Interactive: Increase active user participation and involvement, by adding comment boxes and opinion polls in the design. Convert users from visitors to clients with email forms and newsletter sign-ups.

HR-Point web design professionals create excellent User Interface (UI) Design for a satisfying web experience. They use critical planning and analysis for the design and they pay attention to individual client specifications, converting the intricate process into a simple and elegant piece of art.

Request free quote

Do you know How Exactly Does A Website Work

Since you made it to this page and you’re readying this I am going to take it that you already know what a website is. However you may be a little confused on How a Website actually works, I am going to make this as simple as possible to give you an idea of how websites work.

Domain Name

Let’s start with Domain Names, a domain name is simply the address (URL) to the website, for example the Domain Name for (this website) is www.hrpointconsulting.com. You should be able to see this from the top of your browser. Another example would be www.Google.com, I’m guessing that most of you know what Google is. Simply put a Domain Name is the Link to a website, you could think of a Domain Name as a Street Address. To learn more about Domain Names check out the article on “Choosing A Good Domain Name”.

Without trying to confuse you I just want to mention why Domain Names are actually used. When you are connected to the internet your computer is identified using an IP Address (computers basically do everything using numbers), an IP address generally looks something like 324.186.246.125, four sets of 3 numbers.

Domain Name Server (DNS)

Now that you know what a Domain Name is let’s take a look at the role of a Domain Name Server. Domain Name Server is usually shortened to DNS so from now on when you see DNS I am referring to a Domain Name Server. The operation of a DNS is never really seen or known of, since they work in the background. When you enter a domain name like www.google.com into your browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Google Chrome, Etc) that Domain Name is first sent to a DNS, the DNS will then tell your Browser the actually IP address for that Domain Name.

Website Hosting

Now let’s look at how the website is actually displayed on the monitor in front of you. As you may know every website is made up of multiple files, these files need to be stored somewhere so that anyone on the internet can access them. This is where Website Hosting comes in, Website Hosting is basically a computer that is always on that holds all the files for a website and is connected to the Internet.

Using the IP Address from the DNS your browser can then locate the computer which has all the files for the Domain Name (Website) you are trying to view. I’ll try and give an example to help make sense;

Say you enter www.google.com into your browser address bar, your browser will then ask a Domain Name Server what the IP Address for www.google.com is. The DNS will then replay saying the IP Address for www.google.com is 66.102.7.104. Your browser will now use this IP Address to locate the computer that contains all the files for www.google.com. Now www.google.com (66.102.7.104) will send your browser the appropriate files needed to display Google on your computer.

Hopefully this does help you better understand the basics behind how websites work.