Hiring Manager Skills Examination | Resume Jobs  Nigeria

Hiring Manager Skills Examination | Resume Jobs Nigeria

This information is to guide you effectively on resume Jobs in Nigeria. (Answers are confidential and will not be disclosed to you before grading time, to ensure that only the highest quality, most intelligent, perceptive people perform candidate screening and interviewing with resume)

Percentage required to pass: 60%

  1. How do you screen 100 resumes in 3 minutes?
  2. So how do you do the same screening if you’re in the personnel department, so you don’t have to meet or work with the employee yourself after they’re hired?
  3. How do you speed up the process to one minute?
  4. What advice would you give someone who sent in a resume hoping you’d read between the lines and see that his experience was ten times as valuable as just having the catchwords you are looking for?
  5. What should you look for when you read resumes?
  6. Where do the resumes of people you will want to hire come from?
  7. Also, what do you call a computer programmer who has experience using the software your company is developing?
  8. What is the key to success in hiring as a manager?
  9. What will give a manager nightmares if he or she is insecure and incompetent?
  10. When you have concluded an interview with someone you do not intend to invite back, what is the obligatory salutation as they leave?

 Answers: (FOR GRADER’S USE ONLY)

Note this when grading employee’s resumes | Jobs Nigeria.

  1. Think of a catchword that summarizes what you want from the employee, e.g. “Quickbooks” for an accountant. Then, just flip through all the resumes, and, if you don’t see the word, toss those resumes.
  2. Think of a catchword. Then, just flip through all the resumes, and, if you don’t see the word, toss those resumes.
  3. Use an automatic scanning computer program to look for the catchword and discard resumes that don’t have it.
  4. “Do not hold your breath.”
  5. Reasons to keep down the stack that you have to interview.
  6. Financialjobs.com
  7. “Sir.”
  8. The interviewer hiring people brighter than himself or herself.
  9. The interviewer hiring people brighter than himself or herself.
  10. “It was nice to meet you.”

Dennis Geselowitz, presently a CFO, got an MBA from USC, took one year of law school during his MBA program, passed the bar exam on his first try with just that one year of law school, and not surprisingly obtained his JD from USC. Reach him on geselowitz@fjadnet.com

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