The Only Thing Worse Than Making a Hiring Mistake Is Not Catching It In Time
Getting through the hiring process can be exhausting and time-consuming. We’ve been there and we get it. You found someone with a great resume, who has most of the skills needed, and seems like he’d be a good fit with your company culture. Yet once he starts work, you notice things are…off. The harsh reality is sometimes the person you saw in the job interviews isn’t the same person who ends up working for you. Granted, it’s important to recognize the learning curve in effect and everyone deserves a fair shake. But at the same time, failure to recognize signs of a bad hire can have far-reaching consequences for your workplace, affecting everything from productivity to morale.