Avoid Hiring Slackers

Slacker is a common word nowadays to describe a person who exudes laziness,lousy work ethic and a “don’t care” attitude. Slackers 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.

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How to Decide Which Applicants You Should or Should Not Interview

Determine if a job applicant is worth interviewing by examining two objective prediction methods: 1. Work-related biographical data 2. Pre-employment tests 1st STEP = WORK-RELATED BIOGRAPHICAL DATA First, use job-related biographical data (bio-data). See if the applicant has bio-data similar to your best or superstar employees in the job. Important: Only look at work-related bio-data,…

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3 Pre-Employment Tests Help You Hire the Best

Question: What’s the easiest, cheapest and fastest way to have profitable, productive, and honest employees? Answer: Hire profitable, productive, honest people! Unfortunately, managers often hire underachievers or losers. Fortunately, pre-employment tests give managers a simple-to-use, quick, customizable way to hire the best.

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Horrible Phrases Used by Job Applicants

9 Horrible Phrases Used by Job Applicants You Should Not Hire. You can hire the best when you accept this fact: Words have meanings. And words a job applicant uses reveals how that person will think, feel, and act if hired by you.

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Horrible Hiring Mistakes

You need to hire the best employees. You undoubtedly hired some employees who were losers. Oops! Well, let’s be more diplomatic. Let’s just say you hired some “underachievers” you would have been better without. Or maybe you have the curse of hiring only “average” employees – people who are average in productivity and average in producing profits.

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