Effective Interviewing and Hiring Practices

The selection process – from applicant interest through pre-employment screening, interviewing and background investigation – must be handled by trained, knowledgeable individuals. Successful interviewing requires preparation, attentive listening, a thorough understanding of the job and the minimum required qualifications of candidates. The interviewer must be aware of both federal and state legislation that affects this process. A sound interview process and techniques, while not guaranteeing a successful hire, will help tremendously in finding the right person for a particular job and help eliminate unqualified candidates.

  • Hiring the Best
  • The Legal Requirements of Hiring
  • Interviewing
  • Selection
  • The Selection Process
  • Orientation

This eight-hour program is targeted for those with supervisory responsibility.


We can tailor this program and deliver it on-site for your employees and leaders.

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Facilitator

Scott Tackett Scott Tackett

Scott Tackett is a human resource and management training specialist. With 32 years of experience in both operations and human resource management, he was employed in a human resource capacity for 20 years for Denman Tire Corporation where he last served as vice president of human resources and administration. 

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“I think Scott is very smart and passionate about the information he teaches.”

Tony Cristino,
NPA Coatings