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Let’s face facts – hiring is hard. The time and resources that go into finding a great new employee for your business can add up over time. Once you’ve had a position open for a few weeks or months, the idea of filling the role with someone who seems like an okay, but not ideal, fit becomes a more viable option.
While having someone, anyone, in the job may seem like the right decision, choosing the wrong candidate can cost you dearly, and not just in a financial sense. If you are wondering whether taking a risk and bringing on a bad hire is the way to go, here’s what you need to know.
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The majority of C-level executives have traditionally stayed in their roles for long periods of time and achieved great degrees of success. On paper this is a good thing, but it can actually negatively affect a job search. Here are the four most common mistakes that C-level executives make when searching for a new job.