Taking your business to the next stage of growth is a major challenge for many management teams. Mostly, new funding is involved, which usually means finding and assessing the options for business investors.
The right interview questions are important as they help ascertain whether someone has the skills, qualifications and attitude needed to work for your business.
With the UK suffering from labour and skills shortages, the onus is on companies to get creative in terms of hiring – even if it means only changing a small element of the recruitment process.
It's always immediately obvious to me whether the candidate across the table from me is serious about working for my company, by the response I get when at the end of the interview I ask: “Do you have any questions for us?”.
Will Lovegrove, CEO at pensionsync, looks at why a constant dialogue with your customers is "the" key to a successful business.
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