Why Use Behavioral Interviewing?
Traditional interviews are often poor predictors of good hires. Traditional interviewers tend to choose people they like, or that are like himself or herself, rather than the best qualified candidate for the job. Because of this subjectivity, traditional interviews usually do not provide the best hires and can end up being costly to the organization.
Behavioral based interviewing processes can improve the success rate of new hires for an organization. Better hires provide increased productivity, higher morale, lower turnover rates and better quality results.
Managers who utilize behavioral interviewing report dramatic increases in their confidence and effectiveness. Most job candidates agree that a behavioral interview is the best and fairest job interview they have ever had, although not necessarily the easiest.
Successful organizations use behavioral interviewing because it:
- Provides a Systematic candidate selection process
- Ensures critical job-related questions are asked
- Acquires relevant information to make the best hiring decision
- Meets legal requirements
- Protects your organization from costly lawsuits
- Provides objective selection data
- Ensures a fair and consistent selection process
- Ensures the best candidate / job match
- Results in shorter training time and lower turnover
Mastering The Behavioral Interview has been competitively priced so that any size organization can afford to train its managers to select only the most highly qualified candidates that will be an asset to your culture.
The investment is $89 per manager (minimum of ten managers), which provides ten copies of the training manual and a four-hour training session.
Pricing for groups larger than twenty will be custom priced to provide you with the best value.
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Considering that the cost of hiring the wrong employee can be two times the employee's salary, you can see very clearly the value that 'Mastering The Behavioral Interview' can bring to your organization.