Much analysis has been done regarding the cost of recruitment vs retaining a productive resource in a role-providing compelling reasons why you need to invest in retaining high performing employees.
However, the more common issue Is where an existing incumbent is replaced by another, who on the surface has a comparable skill set, typically demonstrated by them performing the same functionality in their previous role.
This recruitment methodology is fundamentally flawed and the primary reason why most companies fail to develop & maintain high performing teams.
Only two things matter in the workplace – WORKPLACE PERFORMANCE and WORKPLACE BEHAVIOUR
Together, these attributes are the catalyst that determines workplace culture. An optimal recruitment outcome provides the dynamic to enable teams to perform at levels over and above the sum of their parts – a suboptimal recruitment outcome can simply destroy team momentum.
Proof that a candidate has demonstrated competence in a similar role fails to address the real issue…
DOES THE CANDIDATE HAVE THE CAPABILITY TO DELIVER ON ALL REQUIREMENTS OF THE ROLE?
Recruitment methodology needs to determine the CAPABILITY of the candidate to perform in the role not just their technical competence.
At Capability HQ we provide a capability assessment of the candidate specific to the role they are expected to perform as part of our modest recruitment fee structure.
For roles up to $100,000 total fixed remuneration (TFR) per annum we charge an upfront engagement fee of $1,500 + GST and a placement success fee of just 10% + GST of TFR.
For roles over $100,000 TFR per annum we charge an upfront fee of $3,000 + GST and a placement success fee of just 10% + GST of TFR
OPTIMAL RECRUITMENT AT AFFORDABLE RATES – OUR GUARANTEE
Brett Dunstone is a Director of Capability HQ with over 25 years’ experience in recruitment & change management
Visit us at our website www.capabilityhq.com or just contact us on (03) 9686 8669 or 0417 987 588 or through email at email@example.com to discuss your specific needs.