Hiring mistakes can't always be avoided but the implications are always serious. Lowered productivity, demotivated employees and additional re-recruiting are just some of the real costs of a bad hire.
The UK job market has evolved to become one of strong employer demand. The supply of jobs is exceeding the number of skilled professionals in many areas. As such, the implications of a bad hire can be far more costly to a company than a few years ago. This can have serious repercussions for employers as the time and expense taken recruiting and onboarding a new employee can leave business-critical tasks undone.
Making the right hiring decisions has never been more important.
What are the signs that a hiring mistake has been made? What are the consequences of poor hiring decisions? And how can you minimise the impact of a bad hire? Find out in our Management Insights report. It also covers:
- Why do recruiting mistakes happen?
- How should you address a wrong hiring decision?
- Recruiting dos and don'ts
Are you recruiting?
If you are currently hiring and need assistance, please contact us at one of our local offices or call us directly on 08705 329 635.
For more tips on effective hiring and insights into current market trends, visit our resource library and read our reports and guides.