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Welcome to Hire LAB
We help real estate agents.
Everything you need to hire, train and develop your administrative team
Welcome to Hire LAB
We help real estate agents.
Everything you need to hire, train and develop your administrative team.
how to conduct a phone interview

How to Conduct a Phone Interview

Phone interviews can be a challenge. Without seeing the person face to face, it can be difficult to get a good grasp on whether or not they might be a good fit for your team. In a previous post, I shared some tips for powering through a pile of resumes. Today let’s talk about how to conduct a phone interview that quickly eliminates unqualified candidates.

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How to Quickly Review a Pile of Resumes

You have an open role on your real estate team and you need to fill it – pronto. So, you post your real estate assistant job ad to Zip Recruiter, Indeed, or maybe Wizehire and the resumes start pouring in. Great news, right? It should be easy to quickly review a pile of resumes.

5 things to know before you hire a real estate assistant

5 Things to Know BEFORE You Hire a Real Estate Assistant

Time and time again, I see agents rush into their first hire, only to discover that they’ve made a BIG mistake. And, as you might have guessed, making the right hire the first time is crucial to your success! Join me today to learn the five things you need to know before you hire a real estate assistant. Let’s dive in.

How to Define What You Need in Your Next Hire

You’re stressed. You’re busy and you know you need more help. There are so many different things that have to get done – but how do you decide between what you can delegate to someone else, and what should stay on your plate? The first step to getting what you want is figuring out what type of real estate assistant you need. Let’s explore the simple (but not always easy) process of redefining your job description and crafting the job description for your next hire.

COVID-19 Back to Work Guidelines

For most of us, the COVID-19 quarantine has changed our lives dramatically. Working from home means that we wake up, get ready (or not!), and then walk a few feet to our office. We take breaks to chat with our families, take walks outside, or (most likely) eat lots of quarantine snacks. Our meetings take place at our dining room tables via Zoom. We have almost forgotten what it’s like to have a commute or to wear high heels and suits. Instead, we wear sweatpants with our dress shirts for video calls. After several months, this new work-world has become familiar and comfortable for many people.