Objective comparisons when evaluating IT talent is a critical component to hiring success. Likewise, objectively comparing employers before accepting an offer in IT is equally important.
In this meeting you will learn:
1. How to build a functional scorecard
2. What to evaluate when hiring AND when searching
3. New ideas in scorecard creation from the larger discussion
Scorecards pull the emotion and quick judgements out of the hiring process for both hiring managers and job candidates.
Hiring managers who say they “know right away” because they can “just tell” if someone fits the job are severely limiting the potential of that job.
In the same way, candidates who “feel great” about a company “even though it wasn’t what I thought I wanted” often figure out why they didn’t want it very quickly after they start working there.
Building a scorecard BEFORE you activate your search dramatically reduces hiring mistakes, especially in IT. Learn why, and how to do it at this meeting.