Okay, so we discussed how to define it, so now how do you go about hiring for culture fit? As long as you’re following the steps properly and not just randomly making up questions, then it’s pretty simple to do. In today’s video I discuss how to develop specific questions tailored to your core values. Hiring for culture fit doesn’t have to be difficult, you just need to take the time up front to make sure you’re doing the right things.
This week I’ll be running a series of videos on culture topics, from defining culture to leveraging it in the hiring process and more. I’m a culture junkie and believe that organizations that use it well can differentiate themselves from the competition. It’s a strategic competitive advantage. Use it well.Â
Â Other videos in this series:
- Defining corporate culture
- Unique corporate culture ideas
- Using culture forÂ hiring discrimination
Hiring for Culture Fit Notes
- If you don’t take the time for defining corporate cultureÂ properly, then this step doesn’t even matter.
- Use your core values to develop questions that allow you to ascertain the person’s “fit.” That’s the core of hiring for culture fit.
- Tomorrow we’ll tackle the myth that hiring for culture fit is just an easy way of discriminating against minorities.
Those are my thoughts on the topic. What about you?
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