Finding candidates with the right ‘fit’ is increasingly important to companies. In a recent Recruiters World poll, recruiters ranked fit as the #1 quality companies look for in a new hire — this above skills, credentials, and overall intelligence. Though fit is clearly an important characteristic, it is also very difficult to measure.
Having assisted clients from a variety of industries, Pat Hanna has established a strong reputation for providing personalized services to match unique client needs. So why is fit so important? Hiring candidates that ‘fit’ simply makes good business sense.
Employees that do not fit stand to diminish a company’s return on human capital. Ill-suited candidates can cause disruptions, leading to stress in the workplace and ultimately jeopardizing company performance. Compare this to the potential rewards of building a dynamic, cohesive team that shares common values and a common vision. Groups with natural synergy work better together and produce more.