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By John Borrowman, CPC
Borrowman Baker, LLC, BV Staffing + Consulting
Adding an Analyst at the low end of the experience hierarchy can sometimes be the right move for your practice. Doing it successfully, though, requires finding a different way to assess your candidate’s fit. We have an answer.
Maybe you are hiring fresh grads. Or, maybe you are bringing someone over from audit or tax. Even if you are lucky enough to get someone with work experience in a professional setting, chances are your candidate doesn’t have the valuation experience that lets you make a better assessment and a smarter hiring decision.
That’s why you should turn to the Borrowman Baker BV Candidate Assessment, the only talent analytics customized to business valuation. It gives you actionable data about your candidate’s cognitive abilities, behavioral traits, and interests. It helps fill in the gap between the resume and the interview.
You want to hire someone who is fast paced while also being good with routine processes. Someone who is conventional and works within the rules but is willing to question when necessary. Someone who moves methodically in analyzing decisions while accepting the risk that there may not be a single answer.
Striking this balance requires getting inside your candidate’s head in a way that only the BV Candidate Assessment can.
The Assessment costs $295. Your candidate will complete it online in about an hour. You receive a report which illustrates your candidate’s score as benchmarked against a range of scores for others at the same level in a BV/LS practice. Moreover, the report gives you interview questions to use as you did deeper into questions of fit.
You can find more details here.