Hiring for your practice is a big responsibility as well as a commitment of time and resources. To find and place the right person for an opening in your practice, consider all of the tools and methods available to you. Use the Internet to advertise the open position, do background and credit checks, and communicate with candidates clearly and securely. Coordinate your assessment of candidates by the effective use of employment applications, peer interviewing, knowledge assessment tools, and written interviews. In-person interviewing is a timeless skill. This article provides insights, useful tools, and practical advice on recruiting for a perfect fit with the position and practice.