Hiring Manager Training: Hiring Frustration Number One - Poor job description and definition
#1 Hiring Frustration - What Am I Measuring?
Most Job Descriptions are Worthless as a tool for predicting future success! Most job descriptions define nothing more than minimum, average, and mediocre standards. If the goal is to hire top talent, then you must define the expectations of top talent.
Not defining expectations is the number one reason hiring fails over 50% of the time.
No one - until the Success Factor Methodology was developed - has ever provided a simple straightforward process that clearly and precisely defines "What Am I Measuring?"
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Services to Overcome the Frustration of What Am I Measuring?
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