Building job targets with confidence

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Imagine being told the job you just accepted will provide you with opportunities to work at a fast pace, and interact with others. But a month or two in, you realize not only is the work incredibly repetitive, but you’re on your own all day, with no need (or opportunity) to collaborate with the rest of your team. 

How long would you want to stay in that role? 

Job fit is the sense of feeling productive and satisfied in your work because your day-to-day tasks energize you. When we place someone in a role that is a good fit for their strengths, they tend to be productive, happy team members who stick around. When we don’t, we set them – and the organization – up to fail. 

Poor job fit leads to disengagement and, eventually, turnover. Creating a Job Target is a vital step in the PI Hire experience, aiding you along the way as you search for, interview, onboard, and coach employees.

You can’t make a smart hire or have robust performance conversations without knowing what behaviors and cognitive ability the role requires. Job targets allow you to see how a person’s behavioral and cognitive results match your

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