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Selection consultants can and do change the world on a daily basis, according to Adam W. Hilliard
, one of the new contributing bloggers for the SIOP Exchange
. Adam discusses his thoughts this week in his first blog post for his continuing series on the topic of selection and assessment.
“If every hourly worker is hired using a more rigorous process and is 10% more productive in a year, with a value of 50,000 in output, then produces 5,000 more in revenue, multiply that by 400,” Adam says. “The company just gained a net $2,000,000 and produced more for less in a year. Add in decreased cost of safety incidents/workers’ comp, absenteeism, and turnover, the company then runs less aggressively against its margins and can consider expansion sooner. Certainly this affects the GDP on a small scale, but it is a purposeful, additive, and positive gain. It may not completely change the economy, but it’s a pretty good start.”
Continue reading the entire first SIOP blogger post by Adam Hilliard here and post your reactions and comments to the Exchange today.
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About SIOP’s Bloggers
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