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Poor recruitment and selection practices are costing Australian organisations billions of dollars annually.
It is estimated that the cost of bad hiring decisions in Australia for non- executive positions ranges between 30% and 50% of the annual salary (re-hiring costs, lost manager time, lost training investment, training the replacement, etc.).
So many managers and executives involved in recruitment and selection are ‘unconsciously unskilled’. In other words, they tend to employ gut feel, and are unaware of their lack of skills and 0the significant costs of those recruitment decisions over time.
The workshop will provide the participants with the needed knowledge and skills to make effective recruitment decisions and highlight how they can help to implement an effective recruitment and selection process within their councils.