When hiring person recruiters analyze many facts like Knowledge, skills, and abilities which makes recruiters to hire a potential candidate and select from list of prospective candidates. Technical skills to perform your job also most important and it help you to deliver prompt results to the organization. Achieving your goals along with organization goals also most important in delivering the results from both sides. Recruiters search for the candidates whose core values and career goals match with their objectives and who are able to deliver drive your day-to-day business decisions, will result in increased performance, enhanced collaboration, reduced attrition, improved morale and the creation of a stable workforce. Employees of the organization must believe in the products and services offered by the company then only they believe in the organization and get engaged with them. Employee who doesn’t share your company core values is not interested to work in sync with your objectives. Some employment agencies have found the results of employees who share their core values to be so compelling that they hire for character over competency. These companies are conducting unique programs as per the skill ability of the candidates.
Whose character and moral values align with the organization will be the best fit for any organization. Recognizing the individual strengths and going one step further than that is to hire an individual whose values not only align with the organization. If a hired candidate is best or not will be decided on three important facts like technical skills to perform the job (knowledge, skills, and abilities), values alignment, and core strengths. Hiring managers are most comfortable assessing a candidate’s technical knowledge, skills, and abilities, which are most accurately gained through the use of behavioral interview techniques. Some hiring managers will only assess a candidate’s technical skills and interpret them from the data collected through different sources. It is also important to assess a candidate’s cultural fit and other factors when taking decision about hiring a person.
Hiring managers should also mention about their culture, work environment, and core values. You can also ask some behavioral interview related questions related to their work experience like tell me about a time when you assembled a high performing team? What did you do, and what did you accomplish as a team result? Hiring managers should also need to understand what they are looking for in a candidate, what a good answer is and what is not, and how to interpret and evaluate the data.