No matter how many steps you include in your hiring process or how involved it is, there is always a chance that you may hire the wrong person. Hours can be spent sifting through a mountain of resumes and calling the applicants that interest you. Even days can be spent interviewing every applicant on your list. When you eventually choose that one individual, you can find out right away that they aren’t living up to any of your expectations.
Although you thought the job applicant’s application and résumé looked decent, you soon discovered that the new employee’s attitude and work ethic had some serious problems. On the other hand, the new employee can be extremely intelligent and driven to succeed but unwilling to collaborate with others.
Additional signals that your candidate selection was flawed are listed below:
- He or she does not belong in your society. If the new worker has adversely affected everyone else’s mood in the office, that person is not a suitable fit for your company.
- Even after the errors have been fixed several times, the employee keeps making the same blunders. If you have demonstrated to the employee how to manage a scenario, he or she might have trouble picking it up right away.
- The new employee is only interested in doing things their way.
- He or she only makes enough effort to survive. He or she doesn’t seem really motivated to go above and beyond.
- Only wanting to work by themselves.
Nobody wants to make a bad recruiting decision, yet it does occur frequently at work. You don’t want a new hire to ruin the mood or culture of your organization or to decrease production. Even if you require assistance right away, it is critical to cover all the necessary ground during the hiring process.
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