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[Infographic] Measuring Quality of Hire

Posted by Eric Friedman

Determining the quality of both prospective and current employees is essential to any business, and means using tools and implementing processes that can predict performance success as well as measure productivity on the job. With so many valuation assessment methods available, from basic to advanced, which will help employers hire the most qualified candidates?

Because employers can’t improve what isn’t measured, this infographic reports how to evaluate the quality of hire for both potential employees and new hires.

Eskill Infographic QoH

Measuring Quality of Hire: Defining Top Performance

Quality of Hire metrics can help you make better hiring decisions and improve the performance of your staff overall. Developing metrics that accurately track applicant skills and employee productivity will help you implement standards and processes that best meet your company's unique needs. It's the first step to building the best possible staff for your company.

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Eric Friedman is the founder and CEO of eSkill Corporation, a leading provider of Web-based skills testing for pre-employment and training. With academic degrees in Psychology and Business, and experience with both mature and expansion-stage company growth, Eric has focused on how best to hire and motivate team members to be the best they can be for their companies.

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  • Scotty P. August, 19, 2015

    How do you define a good hire? Is it the one who performs well, keeps growing, and contributes to company goals? But we forget that employees have to interact with each other, and that the manner of this interaction influences their performance. Therefore, cultural fit matters for the quality of hire as much as professional qualities do.

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