Slacker is a common word nowadays to describe a person who exudes laziness, lousy work ethic and a “I don’t care” attitude. They tend to avoid working, goof off a lot and also encourage other employees to avoid working and goof off. Managers and executives must do everything possible to avoid hiring slackers with a lousy work ethic and find productive and dependable employees. Your company and career depend on keeping slackers off your payroll and also hiring highly productive employees. Learn what to look for before you hire a slacker who is unmotivated.
Certain pre-employment tests help you avoid hiring liars. Applicants may try to appear “better” than they truly are. They try to deceive you causing expensive problems if you hire them. Few pre-employment assessments successfully catch liars. I explain why this happens and my unique approach to catch liars.
Job applicants are good at fooling interviewers by giving a fantastic impression. When you hire them, they often fall far short. To help you avoid getting fooled by job applicants, here are insights and unique techniques i developed that you can use right away.
Sales is the most important job in any company. After all, until someone sells something, no one else has a job – and your company cannot exist. Hiring productive Sales Reps proves crucial to your company’s growth. To hire the best Sales Reps, start by making list of your “superstars.” By “superstars, I mean Sales Reps who are both (a) highly productive + (b) low-turnover. I teach you how to clone your best Sales Reps.
Why should companies and businesses use pre-employment tests? There are many proven benefits for pre-employment testing. Learn about some important reasons and answers to the questions most managers and executives pose regarding employment tests. Importantly, I explain how pre-employment assessments helps you avoid some common hiring mistakes and reduce turn-over.