How to Build an Ideal Candidate Profile
Best of Contractor Evolution • 44m
Josianne Guadette runs Crew HR and over her extensive 18-year career she's been involved in the hiring of over 600 roles for her huge book of clients.
Episode 1 covers how to make an Ideal Candidate Profile which is the primary building block for any hiring funnel.
Think about it - you can't hire the right person if you don't know exactly what you're looking for in the first place.
In This Episode You’ll Learn:
*What an Ideal Candidate Profile is and why you don't want to post a job ad without one
*How to systematically establish deliverables and accountabilities on an Ideal Candidate Profile
*Where personality traits fit in, and how to establish the the traits that will fit the role
*How to identify what a good job candidate looks like if you haven’t hired the position before
*What will likely happen if you don't create an Ideal Candidate Profile
*Examples from a real contractor’s Ideal Candidate Profile
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