Avoiding a bad hire – Why should you care?
Before you hand over the employment contract, it’s important to consider the consequences of poor hiring practices.
What repercussions will your company face if this candidate has not been honest about their experience, education, or qualifications? What is at stake if your candidate has a violent past?
Unfortunately, the aftermath that follows a “bad” candidate from being hired affects far more than terminating the employee and filling the vacancy.
This whitepaper from Sterling explores the risks associated with poor hiring decisions and the steps you can take to avoid the dreaded bad hire.
In today’s tough hiring market, more so than ever, the feeling of winning a candidate for a hiring manager can be amazing. But, understanding how a bad hire can jeopardize your organization and knowing how to mitigate these risks in the hiring process, will set your organization up for success.
Download this paper today to discover:
- The true costs of a bad hire to your organization
- What’s at risk
- The first line of defense in preventing poor hiring decisions
- The types of tools and practical strategies to use
- A step-by-step of how to make good hiring decisions