High Retention Rates
How you can match Jobs and People
To achieve a match between between the role and the person there are three levels of assessment required.
Level I is about appearance and first impressions - most people do this in less than 2 seconds - do they look the part in our organisation?
Level II is about skills and technical ability - most people satisfy themselves that the skills are there or not - can they do the job?
Level III is about the behavioural traits and preferences and how they fit into what is required to do the job - will they do the job?
Most people do not do Level III and mismatches in this area cost companies significantly.
People are hired for skills and abilities but are fired for behaviour
Call us on 1300 850 195 to find out how you can improve your success rate.
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