A strong selection process should create trust, maintain the dignity of those involved, and support the organization’s on-boarding process. If the selection process was handled well, a new employee should be able to walk into a company with pride and confidence, ready to learn and contribute. An organization should know that the best decision has been made and be armed with knowledge to coach and train the new employee and to reduce the new employee’s learning curve.
Imagine having a discussion with a brand new employee and working jointly through:
• Work style and preferences;
• Knowledge related to the job;
• Motivations;
• Strengths; and
• Potential development areas.
Imagine relating this conversation to the position, the ...

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