News > The Interviewer Who Talks Too Much
In many job interviews, the employers do much of the talking. They may go on and on about the company and what they want you to do. It’s a bad way to hire and should be a warning sign for job-seekers.
Finding employees who are the right fit requires a process that is a two-way street.
We may interview a job-seeker multiple times and conduct many check-ins in the beginning. It is a “high-touch’’ process designed to promote honest give-and-take, allowing us to learn about the applicant and – just as necessary – for the applicant to learn about Dasher.
Many applicants are ready for hypothetical questions in the job interview, but we ask for real examples.
Our interview process is a challenging one, but it makes it more appealing to candidates. We are trying hard to figure out the match.
The way we interview is thought-provoking. We give those who may be nervous the time to rise to the challenge.
We focus on the employee up-front, so we don’t have problems on the job floor.
Once we hire someone, we don’t want to lose them. Our expectations are all very predictable and transparent to persons coming in the door. It allows them to decide if we are a favorable professional home.
Taking the time during the hiring process and then taking more time to ensure our employees feel they truly belong is not only the right thing to do, but it’s also good business. Dasher retains a remarkable 90 percent of our employees, giving us a substantial financial advantage.
We set ourselves and our employees up for success by hiring the right ones from the first handshake and resume line.
Dasher is a data-driven, customer contact, services operation with a focus on communicating complex messages to diverse population. Specific capabilities include face-to-face communications provided by our field teams, customer engagement strategies provided by our call center and member engagement staff, and secure, complex variable mailing services provided by our production team. Dasher is an experienced minority woman disadvantaged business enterprise (MWDBE) with a bestselling book, “The Talent Pool” and is certified by AICPA with the SOC2SM Type2 data certification and validation.