More of us have experience interviewing for a job opening in the hopes of landing the job, but imagine what it’s like to sit on the other side of the table. Imagine you’re in charge of your company’s well-being. It’s up to you to hire the right person for the available job. If the new hire ends up being a “turkey” it will be on your shoulders. The last thing you want for your company is to end up spending hours training a fiasco of sorts. That’s a flub you don’t want on your record.
Instead, as an employer you want to hire someone who is competent. You want someone who can take your company to the next level. Someone who takes the hours of training that you’re going to give them and turn it into a valuable wealth of knowledge. To pick out the best new hire for your company there are some helpful steps you can take.