Hiring with “Style”

 

Using Behavioral Style Assessments to Hire the Right People, for the Right Jobs, the Right Way!

 

No amount of training or supervision can overcome a poor-hiring decision

 

A survey of over 1,400 retail employees and managers revealed that;

 73% dislike or hate their jobs
 76% would leave for less money if the new job offered more personal development
 84% like what they do, but where they work or who they work for

 

One conscious or unconscious act by a negative employee can offset thousands of dollars in advertising and public relations.

William Edwards Deming, the father of the Total Quality Management TQM movement said, “If a person is not performing as expected, it is probably because he or she has been
miscast for the job”.

 

Hiring or promoting the wrong person can be a miserable and costly experience for employee and organization. An employee earning $40,000 per year who is fired within six
months can cost a company $80,000 – $120,000; double or triple their salary!

 

Most hiring decisions are made too quickly, under less than ideal conditions, and based on a candidate’s skills, experience, education, training, and the interviewer’s
“gut feelings.”

 

Most firing decisions are based upon an employee’s unacceptable attitude, behavior, or inability to get along with others.