Trying to find the perfect fit for your company can be a long process, and choosing the wrong hire not only costs you time, but also future potential clients and dollars.
Unfortunately, many of the mistakes many by employers happen immediately in the interview process.
One of the main purposes of a job interview is to allow employees on the team to assess the potential cultural fit of a job candidate. Not only do you need to exhibit the necessary qualifications to perform the job, but you also need to be able to work effectively and share goals with the existing organization.
Culture in a workplace is usually made up of life experiences each employee brings to the organization. It is also especially influenced by the company’s founder and executives and their role in decision making and direction. So, cultural fit is the ability of an employee to comfortably work in an environment that is aligned with his own beliefs, values, and needs.
We understand, and we have worked in the staffing industry for years. We hear the same frustrations over and over, and we understand because we have experienced them ourselves in our careers. Our goal is to ensure that each placement for our client is the perfect fit.
One reason you might be making mediocre hires is that you are trying to go about the process alone.
In the industry today, it’s so easy for a candidate to look good on paper. While most of the time, they do possess the skill set necessary for the job, they lack the ambition and culture you’ve worked so hard to establish in your company. Stop wasting valuable time and money. Let us find the best candidates for you that meet the basic requirements AND your company’s specific needs. We know that your values and core beliefs are important to the success of your business, and we want to help you find that missing puzzle piece that seems impossible to find.