Tired of hiring the wrong people? Ask these questions
The most important things managers do is hire the right people. The right employees make your organization great. The wrong employees drain your time, energy and resources. So slow down and practice disciplined hiring. Hire the right person the first time, every time.
Disciplined hiring requires being willing to say no. Most hiring managers see the red flags when interviewing candidates and ignore them. Instead of eliminating candidates when seeing deal breakers, interviewers rationalize candidates’ answers, telling themselves, “She lives 75 minutes from the office, but says she likes to drive.”
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