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    Interviews may be impressing (because that's how it supposed to be) but for me attitude is more important, as long as the person can do/learn the thing he/she is applying for then they can be an asset to your business but even if they are highly credentialed but has a bad attitude it'll bring your business down, unfortunately you wouldn't their attitude unless you hire them..


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    These are all great suggestions, but slimming down our search preferences to two? This could be a little more difficult. For the sake of answering the question, two things that I look into an employee before hiring would be: Integrity, and responsibility. Wish I could say more, but usually people that have these two attributes are trustworthy people, and have good communication.


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    The two things that I would look for in a potential employee are responsibility and a great attitude. I wouldn't want somebody who avoids being responsible and who clearly demonstrates that they don't like the work that they've been assigned to do. A person's attitude can greatly impact the overall mood of the office and I don't want somebody spreading their negativity all over the place.


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    If someone is actually passionate about what the company does, or whether they're plainly just looking for a job. And obviously a well spoken individual that can think on their feet and provide examples when they're asked for them in an interview.
    And another is we definitely want someone thats responsible and has good initiative. That's my take on that


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    I would be hesitant to rely too much on work history depending on the age of a potential employee. Instead I would look at how the person presents them-self during the interview, additionally I would heavily consider their knowledge about the topic of their job. Finally I would consider the quality of their education.


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    As for me, employee working history is less important thing. I do not care why he had issues on last job or with previous boss. All I need is him to work properly with my company and be ready for everything


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    Quote Originally Posted by DomDom View Post
    Exactly! I wish there was a way other than communication to evaluate how good someone is. Maybe some kind of a test would be good but the problem is you cant make a test for somebody without alot of experience in the specific business so it would probably be biased. How to evaluate if somebody is a hard worker? Thats the most important thing.
    Quote Originally Posted by LonerWolf View Post
    Well.. the first most basic thing I would want to check is his history and especially if he has any criminal past.. After that is off the board, well... the interview really helps to sort out the appropriate ones but you can also make a huge mustake by relying just on that.. There are great professionalists who just don't possess such fantastic communication skills but that makes them no less valuable!
    Exactly my Point!!! Background check is a must for sure and to be more precise I always use background-intel.com because it is very fast and accurate. I don't have to wait weeks to find out if I can hire the person.Second thing for me is decision making. I don't put experience here because sometimes wrong experience can lead to bad habits and this is very difficult to change. I prefer someone young and fresh who I can train the way I want as long as he/she has good logical thinking.


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