Best Practices for Hiring & Interviewing
Getting “the right stuff” in your new hires means taking the time to do things right
If we’ve heard it once, we’ve heard it a million times: “Our people are our most important asset.” Business consultant and author Jim Collins would disagree. “People are not your most important asset,” he says. “The right people are.”
Getting the right people for your organization means that your hiring process must be right, too. Hiring should never be about just filling a job, but rather finding the best possible employee for the position. In working with thousands of employers over 30 years, ESI Group has learned quite a bit about what works and what doesn’t when hiring employees. This paper will deal with some of the best practices that we’ve learned over the years.