It’s a problem a lot of companies deal with: A job candidate who seemed great on paper and nailed the interview process, but once hired has proven to be less-than-perfect when it comes down to getting the job done.
At what point do you cut loose a new employee who is a bad fit?
It’s a lot harder to fire than to hire, especially if there are work contracts involved. So it behooves companies to take their time choosing new employees, and be prepared to make changes quickly when it’s apparent things won’t work out.
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