It’s not hard to find out if someone can do the job. But it can be very hard to know if & how they’ll do it, or what attitude & habits they bring. It’s even harder to know whether they’re going to fit in, how to get the best out of them & whether they’re likely to stay. To find out this & more, we go deeper. Much deeper.
We all know that good recruitment choices match an applicant’s skills & attitude to those needed by an employer. We also know that location, hours, salary & career aspirations need to be a good fit if the appointment is to last. But if you’re looking for engagement, discretional effort & stability you need to know more than that.
Good recruitment choices match an applicant’s skills & attitude to those you need. Everyone also knows that location, hours, pay & career aspirations need to be a practical fit for family & lifestyle. But if you’re looking for great recruitment choices, you’ll be looking for employee engagement, extra effort & long-term stability. So we go beyond resumes & gut feelings to find out.
Using Neurosmart® predictive assessments and behavioural interviewing techniques, we quickly get past the preferred, or nervous, version of themselves people present in interviews to explore the motivations and behaviours that affect their work and your workplace culture. This means you can make good choices AND better manage employees so they can perform to their potential.
Our regular clients have learned to rely on us and our technique to bring the very best people into their teams across many different roles. With our help, they report a much higher success rate in both quality of hire & longevity than before – in one case reducing hiring failures in a challenging role from over 60% to less than 10%. Our process works.
We provide you with a brief & to-the-point report for each short-listed candidate, along with explanations of what you can expect. You will see the ups & downs for each candidate & gain unprecedented insights into how well they are likely to fit your organisation & respond to the demands of the role. This allows you to confidently make fully-informed recruitment decisions, as well as unlocking how new employees might be most effectively managed.