Hiring New Employees in The Workforce
Hiring new employees is a difficult job for most employers to do. When a person is hired
most jobs only know a little about their new employee's personality. They only know what
is on the person's resume. Resume's are usually made to make the person seem more
intelligent than they really are. Resume's do not tell the employer about the persons work
ethics. Personality is to be decided if an interview is given. Even at an interview, a
person's personality flaws or work ethics may not be exposed to the employer. This
causes employers to make a judgment call just on a person's resume and appearance. This
may not always be the best decision to make. Employees are often categorized as:
underachieving, average, and hard-working.
Underachieving workers open positions for new workers. They are the group of
employees that companies try not to hire. These employees do not do what is required
from the employer. They tend to slack off when their boss is not around to watch over
them. Underachieving employee's often leave jobs unfinished or in an unprofessional state.
Some underachieving employees find doing work boring and would rather do more
important things for themselves, like balancing their checkbook. These employees never
take responsibility for their actions and occasionally blame others for what they have done.
This group spends a lot of their time looking in the Classifieds for another job. They have
no goals, and they come to work just as a way to spend their day doing something.
Average employees make up most of the workforce. The average employee does
just what is needed to be done to complete the job. Very rarely is extra effort, on a job,
given by average employees. Average employees are on reasonably on time and come to