Human Resources often conducts phone screens of job opening candidates. Some times this is okay, but usually it's not.
Most managers generally think of "the interviewing process" as, get an open req, post the job, screen some resumes, conduct phone screens, and then conduct face to face interviews. Some times HR runs the process, sometimes they don't. But far too many managers allow HR to play too big a role in screening candidates during phone screens.
This Cast Answers These Questions
- Should I let HR conduct phone screening before I interview in person?
- How can I decide whether to have HR help with my phone screens?
- When should HR help me by phone screening candidates?
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