When it comes to hiring the right person for the job…the sad truth is that the odds are quite frankly stacked against you. The job market is changing on a daily basis and your pool of candidates is growing smaller every year for a variety of reasons. To make matters even worse, a recent study showed that...only 50% of new hires last more than 12 months in their new jobs.
I am sure you will agree that this is a very scary statistic, especially when you consider the time and effort and not to mention the money spent on not only the recruitment process but also on training and induction of new employees! Just to put the numbers in perspective...it costs on average 24 times the base pay when you make a poor or miscalculated recruitment decision! So, if you are paying someone a basic salary of R10k per month that is R240,000.00 lost to the business if you get it wrong...which is a staggering amount of money.
So, let's not beat about the bush...making the right hire, the first time is the key to attracting and retaining top talent which in turn is fundamental to business success...but how do you effectively reduce staff turnover and at the same time make recruitment and selection decisions that strengthen your current talent pool?
There is a way to make sure that you hire the right person for the job, by using proven interviewing techniques. And that is where this training course comes in as it has been researched and developed to look at the interviewing process from start to finish.
- Are you often disappointed by the calibre of candidates that you receive CVs for a specific job?
- How often have you been excited about a candidate only to realise that they are a total disaster and the wrong fit for the job
- Have you ever felt that you are not getting the ‘full picture ’about a candidate, but you don’t know how to ask the right questions without falling foul of the law?
If you answered yes to anyone of these questions then you really do owe it to yourself and your organisation to spend 2-days at this training course to learn this skill once and for all!