Conducting more successful interviews and making better hiring decisions will benefit both the individual manager and the organization as a whole. Selecting employees who not only have the core skills but who also match the personality and values required for a particular position is vital to reducing turnover and its associated costs. Turnover in a position costs an organization up to twice that position's annual salary. The time lost to selection, orientation and training of the new employee, as well as the time required for other staff to perform duties not normally their own, can cut significantly into overall productivity. Making good hiring decisions will reduce turnover. You will be more confident that the candidate you select has the requisite skills and abilities and that the position offers what the candidate needs as well.