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Posts Tagged ‘workplace compatibility’

Diversity and How to Determine Compatibility Between New Hires and Staff

Monday, January 6th, 2020
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Recently, I happened to see an article about the merits of hiring a diverse workforce. Beneath the article in the comments section was a debate about hiring primarily based on diversity, or hiring the most qualified candidates, regardless of race, sex, and sexual orientation.

But let’s say you have ten diverse candidates for three positions and all ten are equally qualified. As a hiring manager or business owner, you then must figure out which of the ten candidates are most compatible with your current staff, regardless of diversity.

My findings show race, sex, and sexual orientation have nothing to do with authentic workplace compatibility, putting aside individual biases that can ruin any professional relationship.

Real compatibility, well beyond surface rapport, is symbolized by natal and timing patterns in the comprehensive astrology and numerology charts. Subconscious strengths, fears, and defenses, as outlined by handwriting analysis, either mitigate or corroborate the innate compatibility found through astrology and numerology.

For example, a Hispanic female in marketing may be extremely compatible with a white male from the tech department, but may have horrible compatibility with a black female from accounting. The same black female from accounting may have wonderful compatibility with the white male from the tech department, but terrible compatibility with the black male who owns the company. Authentic affinity has nothing to do with race or gender, but soul energy, represented by comprehensive astrology and numerology.

Here are some of your options to determine new hire compatibility with staff:

  1. Each staff member interviews each candidate to determine how he or she matches. Although first impressions are important, everyone is on their best behavior until the pressure mounts on the job, the persona fades, and the real personality emerges. Unfortunately, you can’t get a complete idea of real character and compatibility through face-to-face interviews, no matter how strong your instincts. Although some people have amazing gut instinct, it’s not reliable 100% of the time.
  2. Multiple choice personality self-tests can be a little helpful, such as determining social inclination, but self-tests can be gamed.
  3. An in-person psychologist assessment can reveal much about potential personality issues, but little about innate compatibility between staff members.
  4. Hiring a security investigations firm can also help determine potential personality issues, but not much about inherent compatibility between employees.
  5. The combination of handwriting analysis and comprehensive astrology and numerology is one of the best ways to determine innate compatibility between staff. Handwriting analysis, like psychologist interviews and security investigations, reveals potential personality red flag issues. Comprehensive astrology and numerology identify the type of compatibility that is immutable—intrinsic compatibility isn’t a choice.

To determine genuine compatibility, I suggest you use multiple forms of evaluation, including some or all of those mentioned above. It may seem cost prohibitive, but hiring the wrong person for the job can be a lot more expensive.

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