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Solving The Number One Hiring Problem Really Isn't That Difficult
By Brad Remillard

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The number one hiring problem is untrained people. Most people have never had any formal training on hiring. This is especially true in mid to small companies. Even many large organizations don't train managers on this topic. Some companies may provide interviewing training, but that is only one step in an effective hiring methodology. There is a lot more to hiring than just interviewing. For example sourcing top talent, you can have great interviewers, but if people aren't trained how to bring top talent to your table then all interviewing will do is validate they aren't qualified. Your hiring process is still ineffective. That is just one example.

Many companies treat hiring different than any other process in the company. If most processes in a company were as poor as the hiring process, training would take center stage. Yet for some reason poor hiring is often accepted as the norm, when it doesn't have to be with proper training.

Most people learn to hire from the person that interviewed them. And the people that hired them learned how to hire from the people that hired them and so it goes back to Moses. We refer to this as the "tribal hiring process." This is not a training program. Recently I asked about a hundred CEO's and key executives how many have actually sat in on interviews for the sole purpose of assessing/auditing the ability of their managers or peers to conduct a thorough in-depth probing interview? Less than 10% had actually done this. So most CEO's and key executives don't even know if the people they are relying on to hire are competent. Only in hiring would a manager not know if someone is competent or not.

To dramatically improve your hiring process involves two steps; first there are 5 key steps to every hiring process. So develop an effective hiring process that will work for your company. Second train your people to effectively implement the process. This should include an annual refresher or some sort of continuing education on the hiring process. Think what the ROI will be to your company if you only hired the best and hired them the first time. A small investment in training your people can accomplish this.

Making a bad hire can be costly, but rarely dramatically changes a company. Making a great hire can not only transform your company, but help ensure you reach the goals you desire for your company.


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