Hiring Right

Making a good hire involves more than putting an ad in the paper and conducting some interviews. In a series of articles we will outline the steps to a successful hiring process. Unfortunately, many employers skip the early steps. Don't make that mistake. Proper preparation helps not only to clarify your needs and expectations but also to refine your interview strategy. Bypassing this phase can leave you with a new person on the payroll and your needs still unfulfilled. Step 1: Perform a Job Analysis. Your first task is to identify the essential functions of the position. According to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, essential functions are those that are fundamental to a particular position (as opposed to marginal). You'll also need to consider the knowledge and skills necessary to perform those functions. If you have employees who already hold the position in question
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