If you're like most job seekers, at some point during your search you'll really start wondering just what prospective employers are looking for in their hiring process. For an established company with a large HR department or a small upstart where one or two people are the key decision makers, there are a lot of different considerations, needs, and goals, to say nothing of the company's actual resources. In this video that appears on Forbes.com, three C-level executives from thriving companies (Smashburger, e-Cycle, and CampusBookRentals) discuss knowing when it's the right time to hire, investing in HR, and candidate screening.
What are some of the questions you'd like to ask hiring managers?
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