Use This Email Template to Prep Your Interview Teams

Candidate experience is more than just a quick email response time and parking validation. It also means conducting a well-rounded assessment during a candidate’s onsite interview.

Not only does this let you accurately evaluate talent at a high level, but it shows the candidate you were thoughtful about the interview process. It also saves them from the fatigue of answering the same questions over and over, and your hiring team from looking ill-prepared.

Creating Scalable and Equitable Interview Processes with Twitch’s Arthur Yamamoto

Director of Global Recruiting at Twitch, Arthur Yamamoto, joined Hiring On All Cylinders to chat with the team about hiring at the world’s leading streaming service for gamers. The team reminisces about why “not a culture fit” is the most frustrating interview feedback a recruiter can get, how reducing bias during interviews is crucial for building strong teams, and Arthur’s first appearance at an Entelo recruiting metrics panel back in the day.

You've Assembled a Crack Interview Team. Now What?

As the legendary French electronic duo Daft Punk famously quip: Our work is never over. Even once you’ve organized your hiring manager and their team to take on secondary roles as interviewers, you can’t just wind them up and watch them go. Interviewing teams need regular calibration to ensure a reliable, repeatable, and accurate assessment of your candidates. Here’s how you can go about tuning up your interview processes to ensure the best candidate experience and most accurate evaluation possible.