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Wednesday, April 25, 2007

Elsewhere Online: Effective Hiring: Set the Bar High!

On a bit of a Manager Tools kick lately, but as I mentioned in the interview with Steve Holden, there is so much useful content in the podcast it deserves to be highlighted.

I was listening to this show while making dinner tonight and I had to stop everything to go and get my journal in order to take some notes.

While the podcast is directed at helping managers make good hiring decisions, it is always useful to see how managers could (or should) be arriving at their decision. Hopefully, you can make it even easier for them and ge the job you both want and deserve.

Effective Hiring: Set the Bar High!

This cast shares our most important principle in The Manager Tools Effective Hiring Process: Set the Bar HIGH.

We believe that the biggest invisible organizational personnel failing is hiring poorly. It’s that simple: the vast majority of companies do a terrible job - compared to what they COULD DO EASILY - in hiring the right people. (Continues)

(Via Manager Tools.)

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