Line Dancing with Your Hiring Candidate – “Kick Ball Change” those Thank You Emails
Here’s what I know about line dancing…
I’ve heard it’s great exercise. People wear boots and old ladies might show up in denim skirts adorned with white cotton lace and a flurry of rhinestones.
People dance in a square. Or is that square-dancing?
Suffice it to say this:
Hiring is its own type of dance. There are so many opportunities throughout the process for candidates to show they have the moves or trip and fall on their faces.
Unfortunately, a minor trip can happen early.
But, is it really that big of a deal?
Should it be considered a red flag?
What is it?
It’s the “thank you” email!
Typos in thank you emails, to be exact.
What do we do with these? We really liked “dancing” with this candidate so far, they looked great on paper, and now what?
Is it a “two steps forward and one step back” kind of deal? Or a deal-breaker?
Find out the details on how to handle this blunder in my recent hiring range video below:
If you’ve been at this a while, or if you’ve ever tried to hire anyone yourself, you know the thank you email isn’t the only chance for a hiring candidate to…. well, screw up.
Part of the process is deciding if the screw-up is bad enough to cut the candidate—or, if, in light of their other merits—it’s easy enough to brush away.
It’s not your job to know this, of course. Plus, your personal biases can get in the way of you making a sound business decision.
That’s why it’s best to leave the dancing up to the pros. At least when it comes to the hiring dance!
I have over six years of experience matching hundreds of advisors with key personnel from senior advisors to junior advisors, client service associates, bookkeepers, and every role in between.
I make the whole process easy by managing it all for you. In fact, applicants won’t even be contacting your office, so you can focus on getting back to your actual job.
Did I mention we also provide a 90-day new hire guarantee? If your new hire leaves for any reasons other than you didn’t train them (oh, and by the way, we will work with you get a training schedule in place as part of service) or you were just mean to them, within the first 90 days of hiring, we’ll find you a replacement at no extra cost. That’s how confident I am that you’ll be pleased with our service. Trust us, this doesn’t happen often. But, if it does, we stand by our service and get you back up and moving with the right fit in no time.
Do yourself a favor. Get off the line dancing floor and let me kick up my boots for you. It will make you a better advisor and better business owner.
Find another hobby if you have that much extra time, because hiring isn’t a job you want to “dabble in” from time to time. I promise, it will cost you more than it’s worth to try.
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