Bad hires can be very costly, from the money wasted on hiring the wrong candidate to the time and actual cost-per-hire expenses. Yet, organizations typically only consider those employees who quit or are let go soon after joining to be the bad hires. The true bad hires, in terms of costing the company more money in the long term, are those employees whose performance diminishes over time. Though the company would never rehire such individuals, they are not necessarily bad enough to be fired and continue to be detrimental to the organization.
Are we claiming there should be zero turnover? No. People change and companies change. Does it mean the elimination of bad job/person fit? Yes.
This webinar will discuss how bad hires are being made, how to identify them early on, and how to develop a process that eliminates bad hires.