Are you struggling to keep quality talent working for your company? Hiring and retention can be difficult sometimes, but using a scientific hiring process can help you find and keep your best employees.
Why Employees Leave A Business
The most important step in retaining your employee is finding out why they’re tempted to leave in the first place. HR expert Leigh Birnham recently stated that there are seven major reasons that employees leave a job.
These include: A misplaced expectation of the job or workplace; A mismatch between themselves and the job; Not enough coaching; Few or no growth opportunities; Feeling undervalued; Stress; And a loss of confidence in leadership.
How A Scientific Approach Can Help
Problems with retention, such as misplaced understanding of job expectations, can be hard to figure out. The best way to do this is to streamline your hiring process by using a scientific approach.
This approach uses job portfolios, cognitive tests, personality examinations, personal integrity evaluation, and a variety of other processes to ensure the employee is a good fit for your company.
Using this system helps potential employees know what to expect. In this way, they will be able to gauge if it is a good fit for them and adjust to their workplace more effectively if they are hired.
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