Why are many organizations dissatisfied with the quality of their new hires? Because when sourcing and selecting talent, identifying the triangulation of Person-job-organization fit, a crucial ingredient for successful hiring, is often overlooked. In fact, most organizations do not have a consistent process to identify and define this level of fit. Ignoring just one of the three arms of this process will result in huge investments in people who should not be expected to succeed in the first place.
Concurrently, many HR professionals are not seen as strategic partners in their organizations. They feel like they do not get invited to the decision making table. HR people are often faced with difficult deadlines and requests that leave them scrambling to meet the staffing needs of the various departments that they serve. This pressure and poor cooperation often results in poor hires, a tremendous amount of stress, and a lack of respect from other departments.
In this session, we explore how some HR professionals become strategic partners and are consistently involved in the decision making process of hiring. We dive deep into a step-by-step process for identifying the symptoms of poor triangular fit and creating fully customized hiring solutions that emphasize person-job-organization fit.
The concept of triangular fit is outlined inside of the three critical stages of hiring: Recruitment, selection, and the onboarding process. With this approach, a simple matrix is created to help HR and hiring managers create a complete plan that can be fully customized for each job. This matrix serves as a great tool to increase the quality of hires, and also to communicate with department leaders and executives in a concise way that gets their attention.
Who Should Participate
All HR professionals
What You Will Learn
• Why most organizations still do not use HR as a driving engine for success
• The principles of triangular fit: Person-job-organization
• How to determine the level of fit between the candidate, the job, and the organization
• How to apply a fully customized systematic approach to hiring
• How to communicate HR solutions in a way that grabs the senior leadership’s attention and gets you immediate buy-in
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