While not exact, the U.S. Department of Labor's estimate is simple – the average cost of a bad hiring decision is at least 30 percent of the individual's first-year expected earnings. Therefore, you do not want to leave it to chance. If you are not following a best-practice process to find and keep great employees, then let's chat...Book A 30 Minute Zoom Call To Learn More
Inside the book we'll reveal:
Develop a Timeline that works backwards from the desired hire date
Define the ideal candidate and develop a job description
Turn the job description into an ad to market the position
Post the ad using a 10x10 marketing strategy approach
Screen the candidates that apply
Group Interview to narrow down to 3-4 candidates
Final Filter process to get to your 1-2 candidates
Background and reference checks
When looking for a new employee, the mistake many make is to look for someone that has the skills and experiences needed for the role and not look at whether they are a culture fit. People can be taught skills but we cannot teach cultural fit. So, we focus first on getting the right people on the bus who fit the company culture and are motivated by the company vision. Then we ensure they are sitting in the right seat on the bus by checking that their skills match the requirements of the job.
Small business owners often rush through the hiring process because they have an opening to fill and are too busy to learn how to do it well. We help get back time by eliminating wasteful steps in the typical reciting and interview processes. By following our proven process, our clients attract, hire and retain great employees.