#1 Hiring Mistake - Inadequate Job Descriptions
Most job descriptions are worthless as a hiring tool. At best they are a listing of minimum, average, and medicore qualifications that are misleading in predicting success.
It's not what a candidate has (education, skils, prior duties) that makes a difference, it's what they do with these elements. Choosing a candidate based on a list of minimal qualifications might fill seats in your company, but it is not a recommended solution for consistently hiring top talent.
A more effective tool to select and manage top talent is the Success Factor Snapshot, a dynamic document tied back to business/organizational goals.
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