How to Create a Peer Interview Process
Hiring the wrong candidate can be a costly mistake. Minimize the risk of making the wrong choice by setting up a peer interview process.
In this guide, we will dive into the steps that you can take to create a peer interview process that works for your business.
Fill out the form and find out more about:
- How peer interviews can help your organization
- The pros and cons of peer interviews
- How to set up a foolproof peer interview process in just nine steps
Finding the right talent is costly
According to Glassdoor, the average cost for a U.S. company to hire a new employee in 2020 is $4000. For many companies, the actual cost of recruitment can be much higher.
When you hire the right talent, this is an excellent investment. But this isn’t a given: a bad hire can cost the company $240,000 in expenses.
So the question is: What can you do to improve your chance of finding the right talent for your business?
Enter the peer interview
The peer interview has risen in popularity in recent years as the method of choice when it comes to determining your candidates’ overall fit with your organization.
In this guide, we’ll discuss the pros and cons of the peer interview and the 9 steps that you can take to create a peer interview process that works for your business.
- STEP 1. DEVELOP A STANDARDIZED PROCESS
Create a guideline that everyone involved in the interview can follow
- STEP 2. DECIDE WHO IS INVOLVED
How do you choose which employees to join in the process?
- STEP 3. SET CLEAR CRITERIA
What do you need to communicate to your employees about?
- STEP 4. PREPARE RELEVANT INTERVIEW QUESTIONS
Which questions should you include in your peer interview guide?
- STEP 5. INTERVIEWERS TRAINING
What are the things your employees need to be trained for?
For all 9 steps, download our step-by-step guide by filling out the form above today!