KISON - recruitment

By: Kison & Associates  09-12-2011

Numerous studies and surveys of CEO's, managers, and human resource practitioners confirm that the recruitment and retention of high performing staff continues to be a strategic and operational priority. Those same people would overwhelmingly agree that selecting the right person to "fit" into their organization, and providing a motivating environment for staff are two of the crucial components contributing to high performance. Organization leaders concur that high performance is most often distinguished by a combination of distinctive characteristics and attitude. They also agree that the best combination of characteristics and attitude may vary considerably from job to job, as well as from organization to organization. The bottom line is organizations want to get the right person in the right job. The most valuable information an organization can surface about an individual are not only their skills, education, and experience, but also their personal traits, defined through their predictive behaviour.

A key component of improving organizational effectiveness is to become more skilful and effective in selecting and placing the right people in the right jobs within the organization.

"Good to Great" author Jim Collins presents significant evidence that the single most consistent and important factor contributing to organizations with long-term high performance is their ability to "get the right people on the bus, get the wrong people off the bus, and get the right person in the right seat."

Kison provides the expertise to help you find that right person. Bringing a combination of specialized recruitment experience and expertise, we also utilize professional tools such as Pro.file Performance Systemâ„¢ to help you find the right person for the job and your company.

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