The following snapshot is a close approximation of the results I get when I ask my convention and corporate training audiences: “How structured is your approach to recruiting, screening, and hiring new employees?”
|10%||Very, we have clearly defined steps and procedures for each step in the selection process|
|40%||Kind of, we generally follow a repeatable hiring process|
|45%||Not very, our hiring process is a bit random|
|5%||Not at all, we never hire the same way twice|
Of course, the weaker, more loosey-goosey the structure, the weaker the results. Why is this so often the case when better interviewing and hiring is a repeatable process with predictable results?
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