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Hi to all of you.
I am working at a Recruiting Project at a company in Mexico.
I'd like to know what are your suggestions for measuring the quality of hire, I've thought about sending a questionnaire after a certain amount of time of the hire to the new employee's chief... does someone have a format that would work for that? or what questions do you think should be included? I'd like to use something that is easy to compare from one employee to the other..
Thank you...

From Mexico, Monterrey
Quality of hire depends on how well the new hire fits the demands of the job, see the definition of 1A, 1B, 2A and 2B below.

Hiring for talent is the key to hiring successful employees. If we want to be sure that all our new hires and employees become long-term successful employees, we need to make sure that all employees are competent and have a talent for their jobs.

The following ties competence and talent together in a short guide for selecting the right people for a position. Talent and competence are necessary but they are two different things. Selecting for competence and talent avoids many performance problems. There are two conditions, see 3A and 3B below, when competent people should not be hired or selected for a position. Each position has its own talent requirement.

Job applicants can have

1. Excellent Talent ... greater than 85% job suitability

2. Adequate Talent ... 85% to 70% job suitability

3. Inadequate Talent ... less than 70% job suitability

Job applicants can also be

A. Highly Competent

B. Competent

C. Not Competent

The following is the order in which applicants

and/or employees should be selected for positions.

1A = Excellent Talent and Highly Competent

1B = Excellent Talent and Competent

2A = Adequate Talent and Highly Competent

2B = Adequate Talent and Competent



The following should be selected if they can become competent.

1C = Excellent Talent and Not Competent

2C = Adequate Talent and Not Competent

The following should not be selected.

3A = Inadequate Talent and Highly Competent

3B = Inadequate Talent and Competent

3C = Inadequate Talent and Not Competent

Talent must be hired since it cannot be imparted or acquired after the hire.

From United States, Chelsea
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