Hiring and the Interview Process: Have you ever interviewed
someone for a job and thought to yourself, "I wish I know right now
what I would know about this person six months from now if I hired him
today?" We all know that, as people work, their REAL work habits
come out over time. Personnel interviews however, are highly restricted
as to what can be asked and the interview setting is mostly contrived
(we don't mean the word "contrived" to mean dishonest - we are
all just on our best behavior in job interviews and this is not our
natural state). But most interviewers have an opportunity to learn much,
much more about their job candidates.
Evaluating an employee's "Tracking
Quotient": Some employees seem to always stay on track
when completing their work or projects. Others seem to always be getting
off track. How well an employee proceeds towards their goals has
important implications for the success or failure of your department or
for your business.
Neal & Associates provides these tips as general guidelines. Consult
with the appropriate policies in your company and applicable Federal,
State, and local laws and regulations before implementing them.