Though employers are often counseled to hire slow and fire fast, the minority apply this advice. By joining the few, you too can see the abundant difference it produces.
The hiring process indicates more than just replacement or fulfillment of roles. It entails a thorough process of reflection, alignment, and recruitment. To start, employers must devote time and energy to reflecting on the specific credentials required for optimal employee performance. Then, job descriptions can be drafted but should be strategically written in the framework of company goals, outlining how onboarders will contribute to goals outside of their position. In the revision process, employers should detail how future employees can find success within the company, defining the attributes and abilities needed for promotion and the assignment of additional responsibilities. Finally, a brief description of how optimal employees can nurture the work environment ensures that candidates with attitudes in check are the ones who walk through your door.A staggering 4.5 million Americans voluntarily deserted their occupations this past November alone. With more candidates in the playing field, there’s never been a better time to reorient your employment strategy to hiring slow and firing fast.
Infographic by: mbastack