Conducting an Interview

Searching for and hiring the right employee is difficult work. The costs of hiring a bad employee are impossible to gauge, and could result in bad morale, poor management, declining productivity, or worse.

What do you look for in an employee? Technical skills? Education? Experience? Work history? Yes! All these factors need to be taken into consideration depending on the position you are looking to fill.

But, ultimately, the practical, day-to-day application of an individual’s skill-set and education is the key to hiring a good employee. There is only one metric that can tie all these things together: a godly character. You can have all the knowledge, experience, and education that the world has to offer but improper application of that skill-set nullifies it.

Read the whole chapter in Biblical HR.

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Dennis J. Trittin
President – LifeSmart Publishing, Author – What I Wish I Knew at 18: Life Lessons for the Road Ahead