Hire the Candidate Who Has the Required Company Culture

Company culture is something that describes the company in the best way. It shows the qualities of an organization, and the candidates are always supposed to follow that culture. It consists of the vision, mission, and goals of the company, the candidates must reach in the given time.

Hiring the candidates who have the required company culture is very important- but at the same time, very tough to find out. There are a few ways by which one can make sure they hire the candidates who have the required company culture, and they are:

Be At Least 3-4 Members in The Panel

Keeping at least 3-4 members in the panel would make sure that the candidate shows what he/she is capable of. This would make the members come to a mutual decision of agreeing to the point whether the candidate is cultural fit or not.

Let Them Know About the Mission & Vision

The best thing would be to make the candidate understand the company’s mission and vision. Their confidence towards the same would show whether they are passionate about their work or not. This would also introduce them to the company culture so that they would know how they would have to work if they are hired.

Open-Ended Questions to Know Them Better

Asking open-ended questions to the candidates makes them highlight more of their talent. This lets the employers know how the individual thinks, and what kind of thought process one attains. This would make them understand the candidate in a better way.

Source: https://www.human-telligence.com/hire-the-candidate-who-has-the-req...

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Comment by Beth Hudson on March 12, 2018 at 4:52pm

Beware - people out there make fun of this stock photo with the fist bump! However, I agree that culture fit is so important! Geckoboard is a good IRL example of a company that hires for culture fit and then follows up with a unique way of gauging longevity: http://recruit.ee/bl-hiring-geckoboard-eb-bh

Comment by Sreekant Unnithan on April 16, 2018 at 2:45am
Thanks Beth for your valuable comment. I too agreed with Geckoboard.


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