If you have ever been responsible for making hiring decisions in a company you know only too well that when you hire the wrong person, it can have far reaching and damaging consequences!
Recruitment companies owe a fair slice of their revenues to those negative experiences, that’s why a lot of companies outsource recruitment to these third parties – to minimise the risk of selecting the wrong person from all the candidates that put their resumes forward, when a position is advertised as available. Continue reading “HIRING THE WRONG PEOPLE WITH THE RIGHT QUALIFICATIONS”→
Anyone that has a responsibility for sourcing, hiring or developing staff in their organisation is no stranger to the “squeaky wheel” trap – where your attention and energies get sidetracked into attending to those issues that are making the most noise or, in the immediate term, causing the most pain.
As the economy in Australia starts its tentative recovery from the stresses of what 2020 delivered, one thing is certain – businesses are going to engage in more hiring of staff than at any time in the past. They’ll have to if they are going to be able to keep pace with growing demand and not lose ground to their competitors.
At Culture Shaper, we know that the employee with the best resume, isn’t always the best candidate for the job. Culture Fit is the missing piece in the recruitment puzzle, but too many organisations don’t know how to measure it at the recruitment stage, or in an ongoing fashion within their own organisations.