Checklist: Nine interview questions you must ask applicants about their writing skills

You’ve spent all morning digging through cover letters, resumes, and writing samples. It’s not easy to figure out whether an applicant has excellent writing skills or even competent ones, and it’s painful to discover after you’ve made an offer that your new employee is a poor writer. Download this Checklist, and you’ll receive nine interview questions that will help you understand whether the person you’re interviewing has the writing skills to do the job. When you pose some or all of these questions during the interview, you’ll learn all you need to know about an applicant’s writing skills, problem-solving strategies, and experience helping colleagues with their writing. And, best of all, you’ll avoid “hirer’s remorse.”

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