How happy are you with the employees you have been hiring over time?
If you feel like you could be doing a better job in bringing people into your company, how best to go about that?
Always remember the right people for the right jobs increases odds of success.
So, is it time you put a little more focus on those you hire?
Successful Employees Often Lead to Successful Companies
In your quest to hire the right people and fill the right positions with them, here are three keys to hone in on:
1. Look at the total package – Choosing your next employee is not always the easiest task. Do you sit in on the interview process or have someone else handling it? Either way, make sure the interviewer listens and reviews thoroughly. This will increase the odds of getting the best and brightest. You could have one with a great resume and yet a personality type would not be the best for the job you have available. The opposite can be true where one’s qualifications may not be all you want, but their personality can make up for it. Also listen to what someone says about their long-term goals. If they are only using you and your company as a stepping stone, it may be best to look for someone else.
2. Comfort with tech – While not all jobs in today’s age demand one is quite proficient with tech, many jobs in fact do. As such, be sure one you think of hiring can handle the tech resources that will be needed to work in their specific job. While you may well have to train them, you want someone who can pick things up rather fast. Speaking of tech be sure you have tech in place to not only make one’s job easier but reward them for their efforts. As an example, do you have a sales team in place? If so, how are you going about rewarding them for all their time and effort? Sure, a paycheck is in place. What about their earning commissions? By having commission software in place, you can more easily track the sales of each member. Doing this makes it much easier to reward the right commissions. While you want your employees to have the right tech at their disposal, make sure you do too.
3. Give people a reason to work for you – You also need to give people a reason to work for you in the first place. For example, do you offer a good benefits package? Is there room to move up the corporate ladder at your business? Do you make available time to work from home? These are but a few of the incentives that can prove attractive to prospective employees.
While you want to be sending the right message to the public, do the same with current and potential workers.
So, is your business one that someone will enjoy working at while delivering you their best?