“Your human talent is your most important talent.”–Carla Harris, Wall Street banker
When you look at the business sector, there have always been changes and upgrades in the way businesses are run. There is no doubt that a business is not run simply on an idea, but it takes a skilled workforce and resources to keep the business afloat and intact. So, what is value-based recruitment? Is it a concept that is new? To be honest, if you take a close look at the way the HR teams hire people, we will realize that value-based hiring practices were being practiced for a long time.
Value-based recruitment (VBR) is an integrated system through which organizations recruit employees based on their personal values and behaviors that are in line with the principles and working foundation of your business. The basic step included in following value-based hiring practices is that a number of pre-screening assessments are conducted before arranging the final round of interviews.
In this blog, we will be taking a closer look at the various value-based hiring advantages, and the benefits that it holds.
The world of HR has changed quite a lot and no longer is it only meant for hiring and firing. With businesses trying to invest in the right way, value-based hiring practices are the best policy to opt for. This ensures happy employees who will stick by the company to help them achieve their aims and vision.