Interviewing Candidates During Organizational Change

Jun 6,
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During organizational changes interviews can be important in assessing potential new hires. To ensure they are successful in this time period, it is important to only bring on candidates who are both a good fit for the job and also for the organization's current and future state. When thinking about the organizational values, focuses, and goals, the interviewer should factor this into their assessment. It is important to create a culture that supports organizational changes and find candidates that align with that vision. In the interview, this should be communicated and discovery questions should be asked to ensure the candidate is a fit. Once the candidate is hired, additional onboarding tasks should be created to ensure that the company's values, commitments, and current goals are continued to be emphasized.