Margery Weinstein is a contributing editor at Training magazine.
What is your company’s policy on hiring ex-criminal offenders?
A report, released last week by AMA Enterprise, a division of American Management Association, reveals that low-level workers take the brunt of many managers’ anger. How do you help ensure adequate manpower is allocated to each area of your company, and how do you train managers to effectively handle a harried environment?
Do you use assessment tools in the hiring process in your organization? How do you balance the results of these assessments with what your managers observe and experience in the face-to-face interviews?
What is your company’s in-office Internet use policy? Do you restrict access, or are high-performing employees free to use the Internet any way they choose?
How does your company cultivate confident, yet humble, leaders? Are there any leadership books or seminars you can recommend?
Do you have any ideas you could share for creating a way for companies to assess the viability of executive visionary plans?
How do you train managers to interview job applicants? Do you do role-play exercises to practice interviewing? How do you increase the chances of high-quality new hires?