Kevin Castle: Short Cutting Your Hiring Process Because You Need To Make A Hire!
Have you ever looked at a resume and thought this person is perfect! Only to find out after you have hired them that the person is a total mismatch to your organization. This is the result of being “Shopping Hungry” for the hire.
This is totally avoidable! By keeping the interview process consistent regardless of who the person is, where they came from you will serve you well!
NEEDING to fill a seat is not enough evidence to warrant making a hire!
"If you take shortcuts, you get cut short." - Gary Busey
Kevin Castle is the Managing Partner and Co-founder of Technossus. He is responsible for motivating and leading an organization of technology experts who are laser-focused on exceptional client outcomes.
A highly engaged entrepreneur, Kevin has driven the Company’s strategy and supported the expansion of Technossus’ footprint from one office in Irvine to three worldwide. The firm has been recognized three times by the Orange County Business Journal (“OCBJ”) as one of the best places to work and four times by INC 5000 as one of the fastest-growing companies in America.
What is “Shopping Hungry” for last-minute hire? Why does this happen?
Why is it important not to shortcut the interview process when hiring?
How do we solve this problem?
Having to let someone go who is loved by all - but is not performing
Rick’s two cents
It is Free