Good Read for Client’s Looking for that “Just Right” Employee
I’m not suggesting you need a miracle worker to rescue a program after a prior hiring fail (though, that does happen). Sometimes you need to revamp an earlier version of the job description because of a fabulous employee who doubled the scope of responsibilities. Or perhaps it’s an inaugural position, so you need someone who can work without a roadmap.
There are three instances when a position’s history can be just as important as other job requirements:
- It’s a brand new role
- You’re trying to replace a rock star
- The last person didn’t work out