It Doesn’t Take Long to Spot One
In many ways, a bad hire is a recruiter’s worst nightmare. They waste valuable time, they cost companies an average of $14,900 per year, and they harpoon the productivity of the team they’re on. That’s not even touching on potential attendance issues, work quality, and ineffective collaboration…
Actually, that sounds like the company’s worst nightmare, too.
Often, a broken interview process or falsified job qualifications lead to poor hires, and it’s not as easy as identifying a poor hire right off the bat. It can take time for them to be known, but by then, it’s already too late. They’ve already done damage.
One way to avoid such a fate? Arm yourself with more knowledge about bad hires, how they affect business, and how you can avoid them.
Getting ahead of a bad hire has never been easier!
Here’s a sneak peek of what you can learn with ZoomInfo’s Infographic:
- How bad hires sabotage morale
- The average cost of a bad hire varies by company size
- How organizations classify bad hires