An Employee Best Fit Model – The Capability Assessment Triangle

By Michelle Malay Carter on May 10, 2010 

Best Fit Model – PeopleFit’s Capability Assessment Triangle How?do managers go about finding the best fit between employee and role?? Most look at resumes and use behavioral based interviewing, but these?items only get at what someone has already had a chance to do.? With research showing that 20 % of employees are underutilized, we a […]

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Talent Assessment – Easy Peasy?

By Michelle Malay Carter on May 6, 2010 

It’s?easy to walk on water when you know where the rocks are.??? –? Gerry Kraines I’ve found that managers are highly capable of assessing the relative cognitive capability (by work level) of their employees when they are given a work levels framework. People Are Different, and It’s Not Just about Experience and Education If you […]

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Why You Shouldn’t Hire the Best and the Brightest Candidate

By Michelle Malay Carter on May 5, 2010 

Instead of focusing on hiring the best and the brightest candidate that applies for your position, shouldn’t you focus on hiring the best match? The Dangers of Overhiring Focusing on hiring the brightest candidate can lead to overhiring, which, unless you are building bench for growth, creates drag in the system over time. Back to […]

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