Hiring for cultural fit isn’t as big as an overhaul as one may think! Rather, in most cases it’s a change in perspective and an edit to the interview process!
Midlothian, Virginia (PRWEB) June 05, 2017
There has been a lot of discussion around the term “culture fit” as organizations seek to adapt to the present hiring landscape and create truly engaged organizations. As the landscape has evolved, the definition of “culture fit” has been fragmented and misinterpreting the role of culture has gotten easier.
“I have worked within the recruitment industry for more than seven years, and have supported the hiring of more than 750,000 individuals during that time frame. After years of doing this, the question of hiring for culture – and the importance a strong culturally-oriented hire has on production and profitability – continues to come up,” said Sarah Palmer, Vice President of Marketing for Hueman: Your RPO Partner.
On Wednesday, June 7 at 12 PM ET / 9 AM PT, Palmer and Hueman CEO, Dwight Cooper will present a webinar titled, “Culture Fit Disrupted” to clear up the discussion on company culture, how to define it and how to hire for it—all to bolster a company’s bottom line. The online webinar, hosted by the Recruitment Process Outsourcing Association (RPOA) is designed for HR leaders and hiring managers who want to better understand culture fit and how to properly recruit and hire for it to grow their businesses.
“There’s been some dissent around the idea of culture. As an association that strives to be the educational leader for the recruitment process outsourcing (RPO) industry, it’s a great opportunity to organize a discussion and bring some clarity,” said Lamees Abourahma, President of the Recruitment Process Outsourcing Association (RPOA).
Companies that have clearly articulated values are better able to drive the conversations they are having with candidates. Especially considering that company culture is increasingly important for next-generation job seekers. And for growing organizations, hiring the right people for the job and your company is where successes begins and ends.
“Hiring for cultural fit isn’t as big as an overhaul as one may think! Rather, in most cases it’s a change in perspective and an edit to the interview process!” said Palmer.
The Recruitment Process Outsourcing Association (RPOA) strives to make a difference in the human resource (HR) world by being the educational leader for recruitment process outsourcing (RPO), and by helping the RPO community connect, collaborate and grow. Founded in 2005 as the first ever association of RPO thought leaders, today the RPOA provides many educational resources including webinars, ebooks, blogs, newsletter, and a searchable directory of vetted RPO vendors. For more information, please visit us at http://www.rpoassociation.org
Formerly a division of PPR Talent Management Group, Hueman: Your RPO Partner puts the power of recruitment back in your hands. We know exactly what it takes to recruit and retain new hires who truly fit your culture. For us, it all starts by putting people first in everything we do. With our professionally trained recruiters, culture-based processes and the latest in recruiting technology, we get the results you're looking for: faster starts and higher retention, as well as decreased premium labor spend and costs for your organization. Learn more about Hueman: Your RPO Partner at http://huemanrpo.com.