The Concept Of Job Fit In 3 Simple Steps
Why You Should Establish Job fit
The Concept Of Job Fit
In 3 Simple Steps
Do you wish you could consistently replicate high performers? It’s easy to recognize top performers when you see them in action or review their numbers. The
challenge is understanding what makes these people successful, and ensuring future candidates share these success factors.
A key component in establishing job fit is to know exactly what the role or position in question demands. First, create a comprehensive and detailed job description.
Then, by reviewing and outlining the characteristics of employees who have demonstrated success in that particular position, organizations can use this data as a
basis for evaluating potential applicants to help predict their future success.
1. Identify and assess top performers
These are the employees who far outperform their peers. Look at sales performance, output volume, quality metrics, customer satisfaction surveys, and other KPIs.
Utilize a validated and reliable solution such as the ProfileXT® to outline their personality traits, behaviors, and work-related preferences.
2. Benchmark top performance to create a performance model
Using the report data from the top performers’ assessment results, create a performance model (benchmark) that defines the characteristics of a top performer.
3. Evaluate candidates relative to this performance model for maximum productivity and engagement in that position.
Combine unique information about the company culture with job-specific data.
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