Why it's best to hire slowly but fire quickly?

in #education4 years ago

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It's a good idea to take a long time to hire and let people go quickly.

Sounds harsh. But if there is someone who works with you that has a bad attitude or does not add value, that bad apple could destroy the entire culture of your company.

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Also, when you are interviewing ensure that you do that in different settings like in the office and say at dinner or a cafe. And never ever contact the references they give for obvious reasons! :)

Well, that's my approach.
Happy hiring!

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thank you for post

You're most welcome!

lol . . . for sure those references are make ups!

Haha, always!

That is true! If you want a quality worker you have to get to know a bit more of the person you want to work with. Test his knowledge and his communicate skills too. You said well that a bad attitude can make bad things for company.

Absolutely! Thanks for sharing. :)