« Back to Previous Page
1
0
Marked as spam
Asked on March 16, 2015 11:57 am
Category: Search
159 views
0
Private answer

That’s a tough one! Lot of variables to make up that number, chief among them being; demand for the skill set, culture / history of the organisation and the hiring manager, strength of HR and hiring process.Interesting articles around that suggest as much as 46% of new hires fail see http://www.forbes.com/sites/danschawbel/2012/01/23/89-of-new-hires-fail-because-of-their-attitude/

However, the good news is that we at RFC have a 94% success rate. Our hires stay for more than a year and most for three years or more.

Marked as spam
Posted by Robert Ferry
Answered on March 16, 2015 12:24 pm
« Back to Previous Page
« Back to Previous Page
1
0
Marked as spam
Asked on March 16, 2015 11:57 am
Category: Search
159 views
0
Private answer

That’s a tough one! Lot of variables to make up that number, chief among them being; demand for the skill set, culture / history of the organisation and the hiring manager, strength of HR and hiring process.Interesting articles around that suggest as much as 46% of new hires fail see http://www.forbes.com/sites/danschawbel/2012/01/23/89-of-new-hires-fail-because-of-their-attitude/

However, the good news is that we at RFC have a 94% success rate. Our hires stay for more than a year and most for three years or more.

Marked as spam
Posted by Robert Ferry
Answered on March 16, 2015 12:24 pm
« Back to Previous Page

Find the Solution That's Right For You