EP 332 | Hire Right with Jessica Harling
July 11, 2023
Finding a quality candidate to join your team can be a nerve-wracking experience, says our recruitment expert in this episode. A good fit doesn’t happen automatically. Successful growth is the result of a strategic, multi-step hiring and onboarding process (like the one we teach at Business of Design®!)
In this episode we learn:
- hiring is a skill, and it requires a process to support it
- don’t rush to hire a friend, put them through the same process as any other hire
- a clear job description allows you to focus on the required skills
- identify the tasks you hate doing and hire someone to do those tasks
- always have a link to hiring on your website
- effective training and onboarding is essential for success
- use a multi-step process to lead to hiring
Positive brings positive.
Check out the on-demand course, BOD™ Hiring Process.
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