THE SITUATION: You're an employer and you make very little effort to validate the overwhelming majority of candidates who apply for position openings. Candidates are not required to provide actual examples of their work product or to complete a selection assessment exercise that mirrors the actual work to be performed in the posted position. Instead of completing an objective and empirically-based assessment anchored to the posted essential job functions, you fill the position based entirely on your bias and/or the bias of the immediate hiring authority. Even worse, instead of building positive relationships with potential employees, you send both internal and external candidates a form letter that reeks of indifference.
"We've decided to consider other candidates with skills and
experience more closely aligned with our interests."
This is an extremely candid, "real world" seminar on how to put the "human" back into human resources !
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Again, this is an extremely candid, "real world" seminar on how to put the "human" back into human resources
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