NEW YORK (PRWEB) August 13, 2018
Team Decades (http://www.teamdecades.com), seminar today asks senior-level job candidates: What was the turnover rate before the company considered hiring you?
"Even the most august of organizations can make mistakes in their hiring decisions and making timely and decisive corrections is a sign that the company knows where it needs to be heading," says Ron Norman who is the CEO of Team Decades. "However, if the turnover rate at a particular position is abnormally high, it would be wise to take warning as the statistic may be an indication of problems ahead for the incoming candidate.
"Whether the problem is one of existing personnel or of unreasonable expectation by senior management for the company agenda, the primary consideration an executive-level candidate must ask himself or herself is: Will I be able--or allowed--to do the job successfully as I know how or will roadblocks that hampered my predecessors be there to impede my own progress?" Norman advises.
"It is not a bad idea for senior-level job candidates to take the view that they are 'hiring' the potential employer as much as they are being hired," says Norman. "Due diligence should never be allowed to wane."
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