t and support for the "1's club" than for honor roll (all A's and B's).
It got me thinking. While I don't like the idea of removing rewards and recognition for achieving results, I do think there's merit in the business world to develop performance evaluations and bonus programs based on the premise of the 1's club- citizenship and effort. If it's true that soft skills are more valuable than hard skills - due to the difficulty of teaching soft skills vs. hard- than why not put more emphasis on rewarding the manifestation of those skills? Isn't it logical to believe that if every employee put forth maximum effort, and was a superior citizen of their workplace and company, success would follow? Of course, that's one end of the question- the other being, will success follow a company as long as all employees are performing their hard skills at a superior level, without regard to soft skills?
Okay, a little off track- I was just wondering if anyone in here systematically evaluated employees, or potential candidates that you're trying to place, in regards to those soft skills, and, how important that evaluation is compared to hard skills?…
to determine if they are “in it” for the right reasons?
A recruiter should give you choices of several great candidates, care about you, care about the needs of your company, and consider the career goals of the candidate. When a recruiter truly wants to help all involved, everyone wins. It is time to evaluate your recruiter to determine if they have the soft skills required to be effective!
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d evaluation criteria, with room of course, for describing the features that make the application "outside the box". As long as the responses are anecdotal, it's very difficult to evaluate a packages efficacy.…