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What Managers Expect from Entry Level Employees [INFOGRAPHIC]

There is a significant disparity between what managers say entry-level employees need to succeed, and how many new hires actually have those skills in the managers' opinions.

When it comes to hiring entry-level employees, managers place a premium on attributes over skills, with a higher emphasis on finding and hiring individuals with skills that are difficult or impossible to be taught. When hiring:


  • 85% reported work ethic was the most important attribute for employee success.

  • 79% reported a candidate's prestigious schooling was the least important consideration to make.

  • Only 4% of managers said how well a candidate performed during the interview was the most important consideration to make when hiring.

What Managers Expect from Entry Level Employees [INFOGRAPHIC]

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