Measuring success is the direct result of sound planning, accurate assessment, standardized interviewing, and transparent communication. New hire evaluations begin with the on-boarding process and the collection of information through the dissection of training scores and voluntary and involuntary attrition rates to predict future productivity and long-term retention. Immediate feedback from managers and trainers helps recalibrate competencies and constantly improve the hiring process.
Over the year, regular and transparent analysis will determine how top and bottom employees perform in an open environment and provide the necessary information to constantly reshape and create a better hiring plan. The goal is to supply every employee with the tools for success through training, coaching, development, and career pathing. Giving your hires the tools to shape their individual careers will provide the blueprint for achieving corporate strategy success.
Individual recruiter achievement is rooted in setting clear and measurable goals in a transparent environment and providing the tools to improve productivity. Acquisition strategies are mainly tied to attrition and fill rates, but in most instances poor performance issues are found in soft skill and personality problems that can be overcome through regular communication between managers and team members. A strong team foundation is built on coaching, mentoring, and taking the time to get to the root of the problem through regular one-on-one interaction.