4 Ways You Might Be Turning Your Interviewees Off

So you’re looking for the perfect new hire to fill your open position. You complete a round of interviews, make your decision, and offer the star candidate the job—you’re done!
Except—she declines. Worse, you move on to the back-up candidate, and it’s the same story. What gives?

If you’re finding that candidate after candidate isn’t interested in an offer, the old adage, “You’re not just interviewing them, they’re interviewing you,” can begin to haunt you. Sure, finding the best person to give the offer to is a key part of the interviewer job description, but you’ve got to make sure candidates think you and your company are great, too.

So before you hold your next interview, make sure you’re not inadvertently making one of these four common interviewer mistakes.

See the rest of my latest The Daily Muse piece here.