How to Avoid a Bad Hire


There’s no better feeling for a hiring manager than winning the candidate lottery. If luck is on your side, you might land a handful of good candidates that not only have the required qualifications and experience, but also boast a spotless work history and radiate enthusiasm. Before you hand over the employment contract however, it’s important to consider the consequences of a bad hire. Unfortunately, the aftermath that follows affects far more than terminating the employee and filling the vacancy. In this white paper, we explore the risks associated with poor hiring decisions and the steps you can take to avoid the dreaded bad hire.