Top 10 Business Tips From This Week’s OPEN Forum

By Anthonia Akitunde

1. Find out if an interviewee will fit into your company’s culture. Sure, you want any job candidate to have the requisite years of experience and killer resume. But if they can’t get along with your other employees, they’re ultimately a no-go. To avoid hiring someone who’s a bad fit for your company, try to make sure as many people from your company interact with them as possible, advises Pat Petitti, co-founder of HourlyNerd, an online talent marketplace featuring MBA grad students and alumni. (From “What You Should (and Should Never) Ask When Interviewing Job Applicants,” by Geoff …read more