According to the National Business Research Institute, 66% of employers say they’ve experienced the negative effects of bad hires last year. Of these, 37% said the bad hire affected employee morale. Another 18% said the bad hire negatively impacted client relationships. 10% said the bad hire caused a decrease in sales.
We work with you to find the best people who are willing to be flexible and fight through adversity. We use effective tools, which remove the frustration of hiring by helping you, better match people to jobs. We will create effective job models based on your best performers and input from management. With the correct application of these tools, you will more effectively attract the best candidates. We also help hiring managers ask the right questions to find the best possible person for the job. When you effectively match people to positions, you will strengthen the culture, increase employee engagement, increase productivity and reduce turnover and waste.
Below is a model of the steps we take with you to develop an effective job model.
Most organizations do not accurately calculate the cost of turnover. It is important to hire the best candidate to minimize expenses and lost profits. For example, when hiring a new sales representative, companies spend on average a multiple of 2.66 of the annual salary offered. Calculate the following:
Departure and seperation costs
Lost productivity costs
New hire costs
We help organizations save tens of thousands by streamlining the process and making sure you have the best fit for the job and your organization.
A more conservative evaluation of the costs to replace employees is reported by HR.com. They estimate the cost to replace a senior executive is $40,000. The cost to replace a mid-level employee is $10,000 and a salaried employee is $7,000.
Our services save you money. We help you hire the best candidates and keep them.