How Interviews Help Choose the Right People

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When you have your own business it’s inevitable to hire people to work with. I am new in hiring people although I had a job where I interviewed people for a position within a company I used to work for. However, I was never responsible for hiring a person. Until my husband and I decided to buy a house and do it up as a business. We had to hire people to manage the house build.

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I am a writer who learned to code! I write about personal experiences within a humanist and global context. Find me on Twitter & Instagram @erikachaudhary

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Erika Chaudhary

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I am a writer who learned to code! I write about personal experiences within a humanist and global context. Find me on Twitter & Instagram @erikachaudhary

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