Do you keep hiring the wrong people? This webinar focuses on a different approach to hiring employees by learning how to eliminate hiring errors and measure the quality of hires using performance-based job descriptions and assessment tools. Find out how to improve the efficiency of your hiring process, consistently make better hires, and reduce turnover by hiring the right person for the job.
- Top 5 causes of hiring problems
- How to write performance based job descriptions
- See how assessments work and don’t have to be expensive
About the Instructor
Human resource specialist Lisa McCormack of Affogato Consulting has worked with various companies in development of HR programs and is an advisor with West Business Development Center. Understanding the importance of implementing a strong foundation is key to operating a safe and legal environment.
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