The trap most shop owners fall into is they hire people for what they know, and they end up firing them for who they are. Want to avoid a similar trap? Personality assessments can be an effective tool during the hiring process.
Fish, just like potential employees, will bite at different times, with different bait and for different reasons. According to Dan Taylor, a senior business advisor with Transformers Institute, you have to actively work at attracting employees, just like you have to work at attracting the right fish.
Bad judgement during the hiring process can have long-lasting repercussions that will affect co-workers, managers, and customers. However, it can be difficult to identify a potential employee’s negative traits during the interview alone. Here are four of the most common and significant things for which to keep an eye out.