“The cost of a bad hire is always extensive,” said Kess Le, founder of a Career and Business Consulting company, based in Toronto Ca. and Lagos Nig. “Most companies don’t know the full cost of the turnover, so they don’t apply the resources upfront to avoid it.
The average cost for each bad hire can equal 30 percent of that individual’s annual earnings, including the ripple effect among team members, your product the services you provide and product quality.
Some of the variables that go into calculating the cost to replace a bad hire are:
How can you avoid a BaD hire?
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