Criteria used by the employers to evaluate a recent college graduate for a job positioning has changed dramatically in the present context of the global world. Because of increasing awareness of the need for fair hiring of the staffs, the organization has a certain measure to be followed for proper assessment of the staffs. The default criteria set up by an organization in the modern period helps to ensure that each candidate applying for a specific job position is judged on the same basis corresponding with the requirements of the post.
Standard criteria for evaluation in a job interview:
In any company, a good staff is considered as an asset for the company, an asset means useful or valuable thing or a person from which the company can benefit. As human is one of the most important resource for the company, a good human resource is a good asset for the company. Anyone who is considered as a liability for the company are categorized as not fit for working and are generally avoided for selection during the interview. Candidates must make sure that they are going to be an asset for the company, and be dedicated towards work. A good job can lead to a better career, so make the best use of the available resources and work towards building a golden future.
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