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In the spirit of the Voice, here's a game to play to choose the "best" candidate

Let's begin. Below are three "cards" with pertinent information. Read all three cards and then choose which one you would hire. 

First Game: Easy

SCENERIO: You are looking to hire a call center rep. All three passed your qualification steps provided by career.place. But now, they are asked to give you a response to your homework (work task). Based on their response, which one would you choose based on their answer to this question:

If there was an angry customer on the phone demanding to speak to a supervisor, what would you say or do?

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That's an easy one, I would transfer the call to a supervisor.

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I would try to calm the caller down, find out what the problem is, determine if I could solve their issue, and if not, ask the supervisor for help/direction.

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If they used profanity, I would tell them that is not the way to talk to another human being and then hang up on them

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Second Game: Medium

SCENERIO: You are looking to hire an HR Professional. All three passed your qualification steps provided by career.place. But now, they are asked to give you a response to your homework (work task). Based on their response, which one would you choose based on their answer to this question:

You discovered two employee's, who work in the same department, had shared their salaries with each other - which is against company policy. What would you do?

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I would call their supervisor and inform them of the infraction and ask them to handle it as they see fit.

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I would call each one in individually and ask them if they knew that the company policy forbids the sharing of salary history. I would then ask their supervisor to join us and write them up for this infraction, saying that the next time they did this, they would be terminated.

That's an easy one - I would call both of them into my office (I have an office right?) and fire them on the spot and then notify their supervisor.

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