If the New Year means new hires for your business learn more about the process from start to finish. Beginning with the job description all the way to making sure the lines of communication are open with clients and existing employees. The key to this resolution is transparency. Keeping the lines of communication open between all parties benefits everyone in the end.
Short and sweet job descriptions
The position needs to be well defined in how it will contribute to the business’s growth and success. It doesn’t have to be complicated, but direct and to the point with the main responsibilities for the person.
Communicate your vision and mission
Be able to “explain your reason for being” in a 30-second elevator pitch in an interview.
By clearly communicating “who” your company is and how you accomplish your goals, you’ll have a better idea during the interview process if a potential hire will be a good fit in contributing to your business’s success.
Incentivize current employees
Your employees can help bring in talent on par with your standards; after all, they don’t want to compromise their own jobs. Making it financially work their while to help grow the company can help keep your employees motivated and give you confidence that you’ll have promising prospects.
Clients can help
It’s important that as the company grows clients feel comfortable that the people you’re hiring will take care of them with the same level of quality that’s always existed in the business relationship.
So, involve some of these trusted clients in the interview process and gather feedback as you move forward with making a decision.