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"Secret of My Business”
Employing the right person for my small business might be the most important part of my venture. An effective recruitment and selection process reduces turnover. These processes match up the right person with the right job skills. Interviews and background checks ensure that my employ a candidate who is reliable and carries out the objectives you planned for providing quality services and goods to my customers.
It is important to list the skills my new hire will need to fulfill his duties. I get much better results in my recruitment process if my advertise specific criteria that are relevant to the job. Include all necessary skills, and include a list of desired skills that are not necessary but that would enhance the candidate's chances. If I fail to do this, I might end up with a low-quality pool of candidates and wind up with limited choices to fill the open position.
Screening and Interview Process
My screening process provides a vital opportunity for focus on what candidates can offer my company. It is important that my screen heavily, either by using I own judgment or by enlisting the help of managers I trust. The interviewer must know what the job is and what will be required for a new hire to perform well. The interview process also allows to the opportunity to express my company’s vision, goals and needs. It is vital that the interview elicits responses from applicants that can be measured against my expectations for the position. If I don’t use the interview to effectively eliminate applicants who don’t fit into my company culture, I might find myself dealing with turnover, confusion and disgruntled employees.
When I choose a candidate based upon the qualifications demonstrated in the resume, the interview, employment history and background check, I will land the best fit for the position. Base I decisions about a specific candidate upon specific evidence rather than any gut instincts. If I hire people who can do the job instead of people I merely like, I will have higher productivity and quality in my products or services.
When I effectively recruit and select the right employee, there is a domino effect. My new hire will do her job well. Employees will see that I make wise decisions. I will gain respect from my workforce, and I will get higher productivity as a result of that respect. This positive attitude will affect the quality of my products or services, and ultimately, my customers' perceptions of my company.