Ford didn't invent the automobile. Henry got rich and famous by
the perfecting a process... a process for producing cars, on
an assembly line, where he could put out one good car after
another. If you want to select one good employee after another,
you need a Selection Process.
company needs to work at building a customized Selection Process to meet
its specific needs. Here are some important keys to remember.
- Recruit all the time... not just
when you have an opening. If you are always looking for
good people, you'll be prepared when the time is right.
- The best candidates aren't usually
looking for new employment, so you have to know how to go out
and find them.
- A good hunter knows his
prey. To help identify and clarify what you're looking
for, write job descriptions.
- Start with a screening interview
to qualify the applicant as a legitimate candidate who is worth
some of your time and money.
- The person in control of an
interview is the one asking the questions. You should
spend 90% of your time listening.
- No one knows about a person's past
performance better than their previous managers. Check
- Use a professional evaluation
service to help you learn as much as possible about the
- Write your Selection Process down,
so you can share it with others, then continue to look for ways
to improve it.
Professional Selections Inc. help you select the best people!