Many employers interview and select prospective employees based on gut feeling or how they perceived that their present staff will get along with the new employee. This type of selection process may work on occasion, but, as a rule, it’s bound to result in poor choices. A Systematic Approach to Hiring Employees
presents a detailed overview of how to select employees based on organizational/cultural fit, skill, and performance, rather than by “gut feeling.” The DVD also discusses the four key stages of a structured interviewing and selection process.
Among the topics covered:
- The selection process
- Poor selections
- Cost of hiring
- Four key stages
Produced in cooperation with the American Camp Association.