Archive for the ‘Hiring’ Category

If You Do One Thing Before Making a Job Offer It Will Change the Entire Outcome

Posted May 22nd, 2014

Hiring is an interesting topic of discussion amongst executives. Most think they’re really good at it, but not everyone has the metrics to back up their claim. For the majority of mid-market companies, poor hiring creates the single greatest expense to the P&L. A single hiring mistake can cost as much as 5 times the… Read More →

4 Steps to Prevent Hiring Mistakes

Posted November 7th, 2013

Have you ever wondered about how things would have turned out if you had hired that other candidate? You know, the one who finished second to that super-polished person who sounded great in the interviews … but never performed as expected? Hiring mistakes cause a lot of stress. And the cost of poor hires can… Read More →

The 4 Best Questions to Ask Every Interviewee

Posted August 7th, 2013

Hiring is a complicated process. While some people have a unique talent for hiring and interviewing, most of us don’t. The hiring process is expensive, especially when it doesn’t go well. Studies show that 82% of the time when we make a hire, we make a mistake. A mistake is defined as follows: after two… Read More →

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