Chapter 10

Will they ‘fit’ into your business?

Once you have planned your strategy for assessing the candidate’s skills, move on to plan how you are going to establish if they have the personality traits or qualities that you have identified as necessary to do the job. These are the characteristics you possess inherently and you cannot be trained in. As we considered when putting together the candidate specification, these are more difficult as they can be subjective. You should identify what you specifically mean by these qualities and be able to justify why they are important to do the job. Relate them to situations in your company.

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