Making the Right Hires to Maximize Performance
Wednesday, November 18th
11:00 am – Noon
It’s often said that people are the most important asset in any business, but what happens when that asset … isn’t?
Making a bad hiring decision has consequences far beyond the financial – the US Department of Labor and Statistics has said a poor hire can cost as much as 30 percent of that person’s first year salary potential. Other negative effects include the depressed workplace culture that can occur when a team is required to lift an individual who isn’t pulling their own weight; a decrease in customer satisfaction; and a downward slide in efficiency as time, money and resources better spent elsewhere are poured into an employee not suited to the job.
So what kind of the assessment can be made, early enough in the candidacy process, to ensure a good hire?
Technology Association of Oregon and Culture Index invite you to join us on Wednesday, November 18th from 11:00 am – 12:00 pm for a conversation about using objective data for your hiring and management process to assess the candidate and your open positions, to find a fit between the two. Because the less energy employees have to expend trying to adapt their behavior vs. just being in their behavior means the more time they spend contributing to your team.
Attendees will be invited to fill out their own Culture Index survey and will learn how to identify seven work-related traits that can be assessed to predictably understand who is in the right job and how to help motivate employees. They are also invited to participate in a demo for their whole company and will receive a complimentary deep dive on their organization’s results.
TAO Member: Free
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