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So, you made a bad hire. What can you do about it?


by Leonie Corcoran
21st Feb 2023

Despite sailing through the interview process, there are times a new hire is just the wrong match for your team or role. Making a bad hire is a costly and common mistake. This is how you can start to handle it...

Sometimes it happens that a candidate who flew through the interview process, had all the right credentials and was armed with great references, turns out to be a bad hire. Bad hires don’t (usually) intentionally turn up to work differently than they interviewed. Perhaps the job isn’t what they were expecting; the role was not well communicated; or it’s not the right culture fit. There could be many other reasons that it’s not working out....

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