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What is the most important step in the hiring process?
May 31, 2018

At Driven Hire, our goal is to help you replicate the success of your top employees and reduce the risk of hiring the wrong people. Our founders have years of experience in the human resources department of companies of a variety of sizes. They have used their experiences and knowledge to develop our hiring practices guide and determine the crucial steps of the hiring process.  +

Learn More About Effective Hiring Practices
May 30, 2018

At DrivenHire, we have compiled over 30 years of human resource consulting experience to develop our best hiring practices guide. The most important aspect of your job as a manager or supervisor is hiring employees. We know that not every employee you hire will meet your expectations and succeed at the tasks and responsibilities that they are given. That's why we have developed our hiring practices and procedures that are designs to help you hire the best, not the rest. Click here to view our complete hiring practices guide. +

Replicate The Success of Your Top Employees
May 29, 2018

Finding the right people to add to your team can be extremely difficult. You never know if the people you're hiring will meet your expectations and be an asset to the company. That's why we have developed a hiring solution system to help you replicate the success of your top employees and reduce the risk of hiring the wrong person.  +

Substantial Relationships and the Hiring Process
May 25, 2018

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission published guidelines related to criminal background checks, which state that an employer is liable for violating Title VII (Civil Rights Act) when an applicant or employee demonstrates that the employer's policy or practice has the effect of disproportionately screening out a Title VII protected group, and the employer fails to demonstrate that the policy or practice is job related for the position in question and consistent with business necessity. As such the following procedures will be followed at all times: +

The Interview
May 24, 2018

Now, it's time to discuss the interview portion of the hiring process. As discussed previously, every attempt should be made to have a pre-written list of occupational questions. This will assist you in controlling the interview and precluding the applicant from taking control and discussing issues that you, as a professional manager, know you should not discuss. Again, this list will also allow you to get the information you need in order to make a fair and impartial decision. +

Scheduling the Interview
May 23, 2018

After you hand select applicants who may be qualified for the job at hand, you will move onto the interview itself. As applicants arrive, they will be given the ADA Position Description for the position they are applying for and will sign the acknowledgement. If the applicant states they can meet the minimum physical and mental requirements of the job, you proceed with giving them an application to complete. If the accommodation is not available, you thank them for coming in and wish them the best. +

Employee Satisfaction and Your Success
May 22, 2018

There are many ways to run a successful dealership, but one of the main ways is to make sure your employees are happy and efficient. Why? The way they represent your dealership is reflective of how you treat them. If customers are faced with an employee who is not happy, enthused or friendly, then they will assume that your dealership is not a great place to do business. Today, we want to discuss a few ways that you - dealership manager or owner - can help  your employees feel valued and happy: +

Finding the Best FIT For Your Company
May 17, 2018

Proper applicant screen can help you find the right fit the first time around. At DrivenHire, our applicant screen process is designed to help you replicate success and reduce risk when hiring new employees. By utilizing the testing and analysis of current employees, our tools create a "benchmark" that encompasses a variety of characteristics and traits including attitude, work ethic, personality, and more. When you receive applications and the screening process begins, you can then move on to testing applicants and comparing their results against your company's benchmark. You'll be able to see which potential hires possess the same characteristics and traits as your best employees.  +

Employee Engagement: Why is it so important?
May 16, 2018

Employee engagement is a hot topic right now in the workplace. Whether you work for a small, family owned business or a corporation with thousands of employees, employee engagement is important and the people around you have likely been talking about it. When a company or business's employees are engaged in their job, they're happy, more likely to be successful, more productive and have a positive impact on the company and their co-workers.  +

Red Flag Screening: Why Not To Skip This Step
May 15, 2018

You've likely used or heard the phrase that something was a "red flag". When it comes to canidates for hire and your employees, red flags are definitely something you want to look out for. Red flag screening is a crucial part of the hiring process and is based on the idea that good people do good things and bad people do bad things. As humans, we are creatures of habit and if a potential hire did something at their last job, they're likely to it again and again.  +

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