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Employment Management Training Course - Lesson 4 - How to Hire & Retain the Right People - www.masterclassmanagement.com certification

This slideshow presentation will show you valuable information and ideas to use during the interview and hiring stage. There will also be some ideas and ways keep them in your company for a long time.

This slideshow presentation will show you valuable information and ideas to use during the interview and hiring stage. There will also be some ideas and ways keep them in your company for a long time.

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  1. 1. Lesson 4 Presentation Overview
  2. 2. How to Hire & Retain the Right People
  3. 3. The goal is to hire and keep, the best people. You want to recruit people who will…
  4. 4. THRIVE under your management approach!
  5. 5. If determined you truly do need to hire…
  6. 6. You need to start off, with the right job description
  7. 7. Define the description with: • General Description and Primary Job Functions • Required skills – “Must have” on top – “Should have” in the middle – “Nice to have” at the bottom • Desired skills you wish they had, but not mandatory • Experience and years doing this type of work • Education needed or desired
  8. 8. After creating the description, you need to find the person…
  9. 9. Here’s where you can look: • Online (monster.com) • Company website • Newspaper ad • Recruiter / headhunter • Word of mouth • College or trade school bulletin board • Employment agency • Radio or TV • Temp agency
  10. 10. What do you look for, in an interviewee?
  11. 11. Natural Talent Apptitude and Attitude is just as important as experience
  12. 12. Integrity & Honesty with a strong work ethic…
  13. 13. Nice personality You can train a nice person to become skilled… But you can’t train a skilled person to become nice
  14. 14. Length at previous job If they bounce around a lot, they might leave your company early as well...
  15. 15. Over qualified Will they leave the moment something better comes along?
  16. 16. True knowledge & experience People lie on their resumes, most of the time…
  17. 17. Comfortable eye contact Nervous mannerisms could show they have something to hide
  18. 18. Articulates clearly and speaks well
  19. 19. Their apperance A dirty look can say a lot about their personality
  20. 20. Team attitude A person who will go the extra mile is gold…
  21. 21. What questions should you ask?
  22. 22. Experience
  23. 23. Education
  24. 24. Skills
  25. 25. Salary range
  26. 26. Potential Conflict 1 Ask, “ Who was their favorite manager and why?” Then ask the conflicting question: “ Who was their least favorite manager and why?” The answer can tell you how well they deal with structure
  27. 27. Potential Conflict 2 What did they like the most about their last job? What did they like the least about their last job? The answers can tell you whether the person is enthusiastic or a troublemaker
  28. 28. Can they multitask? and work well under pressure?
  29. 29. What are their greatest strengths, and their greatest weaknesses These questions can tell you a lot about the person
  30. 30. What questions should you not ask?
  31. 31. Here are a few discriminatory topics according to the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission: • Race • Ethnicity • Gender • Religion • Age • Health • Disabilities • National origin Go to www.eeoc.gov for more information!!!
  32. 32. Before you hire • Check references – Professional, for employment verification for possible problems – Personal, for integrity verification • Determine rate of pay
  33. 33. Start off on a positive note • Gladly welcome the employee • Go over company and department goals and objectives • Give clear expectations right from the get go!!!
  34. 34. How do you keep your employees from leaving?
  35. 35. Be known as a great boss to work for!
  36. 36. Provide plenty of training
  37. 37. Promote the best
  38. 38. Pay better than the competition
  39. 39. Inspire employee feedback
  40. 40. Work with upper management on providing: • Company bonus plan • Stock options • Competitive vacation package • Tuition reimbursement
  41. 41. Do not rule by intimidation and keep to your commitments…
  42. 42. Hiring the right people and keeping them for the long run is possible, with the exceptional management skills you will possess… End of presentation

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