Tim Duma – Advice for Hiring Highly Experienced Employees

As a CEO of a construction company, Tim Duma has experienced of conducting interviews of fresher, experienced and highly experienced candidates.. There are many things that businesses can do to aid in this transition, so keep the following in mind if you would like to hire more veterans, keep the following pointers in mind.

Consider How Skills Transfer

Many managers and business owners make the mistake of thinking that all the skills required for certain roles, such as project management, are specific to their industries. However, the fact is that skills like teamwork and communication are transferrable and you will find that many veterans possess them in abundance. Consider the benefits of this and remember that good training can fill in the blanks quickly.

Get Buy-In

There is sometimes an unfortunate stigma attached to hiring veterans that some within your company may propagate. As such, you should aim to achieve buy-in throughout the business to ensure the company does all it can to welcome veterans into the fold.

Your Interviews

High experience will likely make up a large part of a veteran’s résumé, but this should not be the only thing you consider when hiring. Refine your interview process so you can dig down into the personalities of your applicants and how the skills they have may benefit the business. This is effective for improving hiring practices across the board, in addition to ensuring the company gives veterans fair opportunities.

Timothy Duma was former NASCAR car racing champion and now he is the CEO of his own construction company in Denver, Colorado.

Also Read: Tim Duma – Tips for Success in a Construction Project

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