If employees aren't succeeding or aren’t satisfied at work, they may not be the right culture fit. Workplace culture defines your company's environment. Employees who feel supported by their organizations naturally strive to work harder and achieve more. Not only that, but they're loyal to their employers.
So, why not focus on cultural fit during the interview process? Rather than getting caught in the weeds of words on a resume, ask questions in a style that focuses on items beyond a person's qualifications to discover if the individual is a cultural fit for the organization.
This is achieved through an in-depth, in-person panel interview performed the "Hueman Way" (it has resulted in an 88 percent retention rate for our own organization), walking through the candidate’s life from high school to present. This can unearth key findings that will better identify if someone is a culture fit for your organization.
Just because someone has the right qualifications doesn't mean they're the right hire. This is a unique style that disrupts the typical interview style that often leads to poor hires. So, do you want to become a pro at the interview process?
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- High employee turnover is expensive and can affect your bottom line.
- You must understand the positive and negative trends in your workplace.
- A quality candidate has leadership qualities and a positive attitude.
- Choosing a candidate that aligns with you company’s culture is essential to positive performance and employee retention.