When it comes to hiring new employees, it’s easy to end up making snap decisions, especially when you’re pressed for time. Met someone who can hold a proper conversation and got dazzling grades in college? Hired! A colleague put in a good word for them? Hired!
If this sounds like something you’d do, then you need a change of perspective. Hiring recklessly and without careful thought only promises you a world of trouble.
But fear not—these mistakes can be easily avoided. Here are the six most common hiring mistakes and how you can avoid them: