Did you know that when you hire a new employee, there is a more than 50% chance it will end in disappointment within the first year? That's a disturbing percentage. The reason is almost always because of an inability to meet each other’s expectations. It’s a waste of energy, not to mention time and money.
Nevertheless, it feels as if the entire labour market has been based on this for years. The search for a new employee starts under time pressure, and an offer for the best candidate is tabled as soon as possible. Signing the employment contract is merely a transaction. The document says nothing about the result and about what you expect the new employee to do for your company.
Time for a change
At Velde, we believe it is time for a change. The essence of our services is not about the signed contract, i.e. the transaction. Our focus is on the investment in the future; an investment with a clear ROI for both employer and employee. "Start with the end in mind": wise words by Stephen Covey, which we are eager to put into practice.
The Velde Method©
That is the philosophy of the Velde Method© Focusing on the end game makes it much clearer what you are getting yourself into. The clearer your ambition is, the clearer it becomes who you need to make that happen. However, the match is not an end goal for us. The future often plays out differently than expected, so we continue monitoring the course of events. During the first year, we help you and your new employee to monitor your mutual goals and adjust them where necessary. The logical consequence is a successful employment relationship in our experience.
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