Hiring with “Style”
Using Behavioral Style Assessments to Hire the Right People, for the Right Jobs, the Right Way!
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.
“If a person is not performing as expected, it is probably because he or she has been miscast for the job”.
William Edwards Deming, the father of the Total Quality Management TQM movement
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 are based on the candidate’s knowledge and skills, and the interviewer’s “gut feelings.” While most firing decisions are based on an employee’s unacceptable attitude and behavior, neither of which can be fully and accurately determined from resumes’ and interviews.