At my company, we’ve been through several accountants in the last few years. Each new hire seems to undergo the same cycle: We finally make an offer to a candidate we love. Everyone’s stoked.
Marco Gonzalez's insight:
There's nothing wrong with the candidate being likeable as long as they are qualified. To that end, it's very important to have a structure/discipline around your interviews (i.e. prepared interview questions that tie to the competencies you are seeking rather than winging it in the intervew), and conduct team interviews so that you have multiple perspectives. Then conduct in-depth refernce checks (going beyond the refernces provided by the candidate), to paint the most complete picture you can prior to hiring the perfect candidate.
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