Today’s economic environment demands maximum efficiency across all business processes. Organizations have to be quick to adapt, proactive, and innovative to stay ahead of the competition. Talent acquisition leaders must pull their weight by making fewer bad hires. A bad hire costs time and money if they quit, but they might cost your organization even more if they stay and wait to be fired.
What is a bad hire?
How do you identify a bad hire?
What are the costs?
Is turnover always a bad thing?
Learn the only question to ask yourself to determine if you made a bad hire.
Greg Moran, Founder and CEO of Chequed.com, reviews new metrics and prescribes a plan to increase your efficiency and maximize your return on hire.