Posted on Wednesday, September 14th, 2016 at 7:40 am
As a successful entrepreneur, you know that it needs great team members to build a thriving business. In today’s economic scenario, you cannot afford the waste of time and money resulting from a bad hiring decision. That’s why hiring great team members have become crucial. Be it the construction or any other industry, here are 6 ways to hire and build a great team:
1. Determine your Pre-requisite
Before the hiring process begins, it’s essential to determine what you are looking for in your ideal team member. Determine the skills, education level and competencies you want in your team member. The construction industry is a highly specialized field and it requires specialized knowledge to build a competent team.
Once you have identified the pre-requisites, chalk out a well-defined job description. Clearly mention the desired skills (based on practical experience and competencies), and educational background. Also mention your expectation from the desired candidate. This will help you determine whether the goals of the candidate align with the goals of the company or not.
3. Determine the Right Fit
Before you move forward in the hiring process, determine whether the potential team member is a cultural fit or not. Find out whether their personal aspirations and conduct gels with the purpose and values of the company or not? Do they have the required abilities to characterize the vision and strategy of the company? In this regard, construction recruitment services can help you find the right fit. They are experienced in judging people using various personal, personality, and behavioral instruments to find the best suited candidate for your company. Good construction employment services (like us) help you get an overall insight of the candidate to help you take the right decision. If you are planning to take assistance of the construction recruitment services, call us at 214- 935-3626.
4. Look for Commitment
Construction projects demand 100% commitment from construction workers. Determine, whether the desired candidate is committed to his/her work or not. Can they work for long hours if the project demands? Are they always looking for “something better”? Have a close look on their past employment history. Ask them about the projects they have worked and what role they played in accomplishing those projects. This will provide a clear insight into the mind of the candidate.
5. Look for a Learning Streak
A strong resume and plenty of experienced don’t make a person desirable for a job position in the construction industry. This particular industry is always evolving. And to keep up with the pace, one must have a passion for learning. Is the potential candidate open to learning or undergo training to gain (or update) valuable skills? A team member who is flexible in his/her approach and is willing to acquire new skills is a valuable asset for your team.
Hiring is a continuous process and we hope that these tips will help you get the right team member on board.