Sometimes you think you do everything right when recruiting a doctor and then it doesn’t turn out. How could that be after all the time and effort you put into the process? You aren’t alone. Why does this happen?
There are a few possible reasons for this unfortunate outcome for both parties. Perhaps you didn’t ask the right questions or enough questions during the interview. Please refer to the tab on my website titled – Practice Search Tips – which includes interview questions. You can ask alot of interview questions but if they don’t get to what you’re looking for then it’s not productive. Therefore, you need to figure out what you want in the new hire and what questions will help you determine if the person is the right fit. Develop questions whose answers will help determine if the candidate will work within your environment. Behavioral questions and subjective questions are nowadays more useful and common.
An interesting fact is that interviewers tend to see what they’re looking for, not what qualities the candidate actually has. Don’t cast your expectations onto the candidate. If you anticipate what you want in the new hire, you might think the candidate has these qualities even though they don’t.