Poor Recruiting, what is it?
Bad employment can result in additional recruitment costs, replacement and relocation preparedness, a negative impact on group performance, work disruption, lost clients, litigation costs, and a weakened employer brand.
How damaging is it?
The whole organization suffers when you make a bad hire. While the best candidate can not be chosen on each and every time, only a single error will have various implications for your company. None is written on how dangerous misplacement is:
Your budget can be burdened with:
When you imagine replacing an incompetent worker you just have to pay a small amount, you sense the lack of a big opinion. A few studies suggest that the costs of paying for poor hiring decisions should be comparable per worker. This includes payment as well as costs for lower performances, including customers and lost sales, legal fees, unfinished projects, adverse effects on your reputation and all the preparation of each recruitment is wasteful.