How to Better Predict Candidate Job Performance
Without a doubt, the most frustrating aspect of hiring new employees is finding out that a candidate who “looked good on paper” and “interviewed well” ended up performing below expectations once hired. Worse is that these experiences can leave you feeling uncertain about your capabilities and cause you to lose faith in what seemed to be a good hiring process.
Fortunately, there are a number of ways that you can minimize or avoid such mistakes. In this edition of the Best Practices Series, we’ll look at ways in which you can increase the power of your screening and evaluation methods, which will help you to better predict the future performance of job candidates.