After six months on the job, new hires should be rated as being below, meeting or exceeding expectations.
Using this simple rating as a guide, the people who recommended the new hire should be given a hiring batting average.
An average of .800 means that 80% of the candidates recommended met or exceeded expectations.
You can also use this method to measure other factors like:
- the sources of the good and bad hires.
- the assessment process used
- the selling points used
From John Sullivan, ERE