According to the US Department of Labor, a bad hiring decision can cost a company as much as 30% of the employee’s annual salary – and the expense only goes up with seniority. A $100,000 salary could mean $30,000 wasted if you hire the wrong person.
Not only does a bad hire impact the bottom line of the company, it can also impact productivity and team morale. That’s why it’s critical to get it right the first time around.
In this guide, you’ll find out:
- The 8 most costly hiring mistakes
- Tips to avoid them and find the perfect new hire
Plus we’ve even included a candidate evaluation scorecard that you can use to ensure better alignment across team members, which can lead to better hiring decisions.