By Kylie Dowell
It’s essential that through our recruitment process we get it right every time.
Many organisations have employed people based on great applications and performance at the interview, only to find in the first week into the position they can’t do what they said they could and often the employer either pays for the extra training required or has to readvertise the position.
This ultimately puts your business on the back foot to where you could have been if you had someone that could hit the ground running, or at least skipping, on commencement of the position.
There are a few things that we can do prior to employment at the advertising phase, then at the recruitment phase, and then at the offer of employment phase that can help reduce the risk of employing the wrong type of person.
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