Carolina Firm Offers Revolutionary Human Resource Benchmarking Process

Taylors, SC (PressExposure) July 01, 2008 -- The Estes Group, a Greenville, South Carolina consulting firm, is now offering the unique, patented Job Benchmarking system developed by Target Training International of Scottsdale, AZ.

This new process "let's the job talk" to define the key accountabilities and required attitudes and behaviors needed for a company to recruit and retain superior performers.

"We are pleased to offer Job Benchmarking to our clients," says Annette Estes, Managing Director of The Estes Group. "We're impressed with the success stories of companies that have improved their hiring practices, reduced turnover, and increased employee morale by using this human resource benchmarking program."

Job Benchmarking involves benchmarking a job rather than the people in the job to determine what the job requires for superior performance. Estes says Job Benchmarking has proven to help companies achieve amazing benefits. It can:

• Pinpoint why some employees aren't measuring up to job standards • Help managers coach employees to improve performance • Aid in doing employee evaluations and meeting job performance objectives • Enhance compliance management and training • Increase job satisfaction and team morale • Reduce employee turnover • Reduce accidents and job injuries • Assure the company that recruiters are getting the best person for the job

Estes says job benchmarking will assure a company it's hiring the best person for a job every time, which can save hundreds of thousands - even millions of dollars.

About The Estes Group

For a complimentary Job Benchmarking session, email Annette@coachannette.com or call The Estes Group 864-244-1156 between 9:00am and 6:00pm Monday through Friday. Annette Estes is a Certified Professional Behavioral and Values Analyst who’s been a value added associate of TTI for 15 years.

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Press Release Submitted On: June 26, 2008 at 3:37 pm
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