Previously, in Top 10 Tips to Hiring the Wrong Employee – Parts I & II

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It’s with a sense of relief that your head of department finally arrives at The Last One Standing – and duly hires him. But what he may not realise is that what transpired during the recruitment process has set the scene for the employee’s expectations. It’s only when reality bites that the manager’s omissions, misrepresentations and the odd white lie bites back. A disgruntled employee does not a happy company make. Here are the final four tips on how unsuccessful companies tend to employ their staff. Read More.....

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Previously, in 10 Tips to Hiring the Wrong Employee – Part I…

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Hiring your pensioned neighbour and her newly-divorced best friend to muck in and help before you drown in paperwork and overdue orders may have seemed like a good idea at the time. But if they weren’t appointed into a valid and valuable post with a clearly defined job description, you may well regret your decision in time. Read More.....

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January is a month of frenetic action in an attempt to repent the slothness of December. A month of austerity brought on in no small part by December’s over-indulgence. It’s a month of fixing past mistakes with new mistakes. A month typified by resolutions (this year I resolve that my resolution will last longer than it lasted last year) and new beginnings. Perhaps your new beginning was to ditch your credit cards and start a savings account instead, prompted in all likelihood by the recent gluttony of December consumerism. Perhaps it was to turf your old wardrobe and buy something fresher, funkier, and fits the post-holiday curves better. And perhaps it was to finally resign from your stale position and move on to greener pastures. Which leaves your ex-employer going into February trying to figure out who is to inherit your old job. Read More.....

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