October 17, 2014
We know how to select good trainers. Where we need help is finding good trainers who also are willing to walk the extra mile. The job involves paid overtime in the evenings and on weekends, and requires trainers who are willing to teach/mentor our people with a view to boosting their performance. We have hired some training specialists in the past who, while excellent instructors, don’t demonstrate this desired work ethic. How do we develop a selection process to target more suitable candidates during our next round of hiring this year?