There are a number of questions that an interviewer can ask potential employees, but the key remains to find questions that best help gauge a candidate’s suitability for a position. In general, start-up employees require a separate set of qualities that set them apart from their peers due to the relatively small size of early-stage companies. This individual will likely have to take on a number of responsibilities that correspond to employees in a larger organization with greater levels of experience, a circumstance requiring a high-degree of maturity and dedication. How can interviewers size-up candidates in the space of a single interview? What personal qualities predict a successful future relationship for the candidate and the company?

If you are an entrepreneur or early stage company, looking to build your critical core team of talented people, find out how to interview them at the next events in Beijing and Shanghai. Both events will be held in English.


Date: February 13, 2012

Time: 18:00-20:20Speakers: Matthew A. Cuerdon, Managing Director  of Bó Lè Associates, Nevin Xiao, Head of China Human Resource, J.P.Morgan
Venue: Beijing, CBD
Standard Price: 200 RMB
Contact: Annie Cao, +8610-85306215/16/17-210
Register here


Date: February 15, 2012

Time: 18:00-20:20Speakers: Annie Lim,Global Business Director of Adecco, Pierre-Yves,Managing Director of Bó Lè Associates
Venue: Hult International Business School 4th Floor, Jinling Hai Xin Building 666 Fu Zhou Road, Huangpu District Shanghai
Standard Price: 200 RMB
Contact: Annie Cao, +8610-85306215/16/17-210Register here

Jason is an Australian born Chinese living in Beijing, specializing in entrepreneurship, start-ups and the investment eco-system in China, especially in the tech and social area.

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