|Feb. 1, 2010 | www.fisherphillips.com|
In talking with dealerships around the country, it looks as if there is light approaching the end of the tunnel. Some are actually starting to hire new employees. So this probably is a good time to take a look at the way your dealership hires employees and to determine if the process is accomplishing two critical tasks: 1) identifying the best possible candidate for a position who will make the dealership money; and 2) screening out "high risk", problem candidates who are likely to cost the dealership money. While there is no perfect or "one size fits all" hiring procedure, we do know from experience that there are seven critical elements to an effective hiring procedure.