Recruiting the Right Candidate

Recruitment companies don’t mean to place employees in the wrong position but it happens:

If you had to name one thing as your biggest hiring headache, what would it be?  Your answer might indeed vary depending on the size of the company you work with or the type of roles you are hiring. But most recruiters’ common challenge is to attract the best candidate.

Hiring good employees could be challenging. Some candidates could look perfect on paper and perform spectacularly during the interview but stumble once they have been on board.

The prospective employee possesses a combination of skills and characteristics that are harder to quantify. However, recruiter agencies always check prospective employees’ skill sets, work history, and references and match them with the requirement provided by the organization.

But determining if a person will be the best fit for an open position during the interview process could prove difficult.

Why this Report?

Interviews tend to be very subjective and all candidates will seek to promote their strengths and play down their weaknesses.
What comes through the door of a company for an interview is the persona and not always the real person.

People portrait a persona or external image that is not exactly what they are – but what they want others to think they are.

Here IIHA’s report will help you to uncover the true nature of the person and not their image, as it is not solely the individual to be recruited but also their personalities that have to be considered to achieve a successful placement.

This will also help the employer organization to retain the employee “as employers often hire for job skills but fire for personality faults”.

Who is this for?

  • Hiring manager who want to hire good talents.
  • HR consultants.
  • Staffing agencies.

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