Your inbox is busting full of resumes — most of which do not remotely fit the role you’re hiring for. You need someone yesterday. You’ve already wasted hours sorting through resumes and no one seems to fit the bill. Reinvent how you find talent and eliminate bad hires by getting the facts behind these widely believed myths.

Myth No. 1: The hiring process starts with the job description

False! While most use a job description as the starting process, they really should begin their quest using a job benchmark. Job benchmarking is the most objective way to identify the skills, behaviors, motivators and acumen the job itself both demands and rewards. With a benchmark, you can evaluate candidates against that standard and move those who are an inherently good match through the process.

Myth No. 1: The hiring process starts with the job description

False! While most use a job description as the starting process, they really should begin their quest using a job benchmark. Job benchmarking is the most objective way to identify the skills, behaviors, motivators and acumen the job itself both demands and rewards. With a benchmark, you can evaluate candidates against that standard and move those who are an inherently good match through the process.

Myth No. 1: The hiring process starts with the job description

False! While most use a job description as the starting process, they really should begin their quest using a job benchmark. Job benchmarking is the most objective way to identify the skills, behaviors, motivators and acumen the job itself both demands and rewards. With a benchmark, you can evaluate candidates against that standard and move those who are an inherently good match through the process.

Myth No. 1: The hiring process starts with the job description

False! While most use a job description as the starting process, they really should begin their quest using a job benchmark. Job benchmarking is the most objective way to identify the skills, behaviors, motivators and acumen the job itself both demands and rewards. With a benchmark, you can evaluate candidates against that standard and move those who are an inherently good match through the process.

Myth No. 1: The hiring process starts with the job description

False! While most use a job description as the starting process, they really should begin their quest using a job benchmark. Job benchmarking is the most objective way to identify the skills, behaviors, motivators and acumen the job itself both demands and rewards. With a benchmark, you can evaluate candidates against that standard and move those who are an inherently good match through the process.

Myth No. 1: The hiring process starts with the job description

False! While most use a job description as the starting process, they really should begin their quest using a job benchmark. Job benchmarking is the most objective way to identify the skills, behaviors, motivators and acumen the job itself both demands and rewards. With a benchmark, you can evaluate candidates against that standard and move those who are an inherently good match through the process.

TMP offers a solution to all of these myths, ensuring efficient job matching, unbiased decisions, and efficiencies in procedures to reveal top performers. We’re here to help eliminate the pain of hiring so you can pour your energy on other tasks.

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Does your hiring process produce more bad apples than you would like to admit? That may be because your company has fallen victim to one of these common six myths of hiring. Learn what they are and how to shake free of each myth, making the journey to your next hire more successful by downloading this ebook, “Good People Are Easy to Find: The Myths That Explain Why Your Hiring Process is Failing.”