The cost of a bad hire can be anywhere between $5,000 and $50,000.
As a business leader, you can’t afford to lose time, money and results from a bad hiring choice, especially in today’s market where competition for skilled talent exceeds supply.
It’s essential to your success to hire great people the first time, every time.
So why do many business owners or managers get it wrong? We have found that many leaders make the mistake of hiring primarily based on “gut feel”, skills or personality alone.
Organizations also tell us that the tendency is to hire fast and fire slowly. This is an additional cost to the business. Because every new employee will either improve the organization or damage it, please join us March 7 “Hiring Talent: Getting the Right People in the Right Seats for your Organization” workshop.
The session is from 8:30 a.m. to noon at Pensacola Little Theatre.
Keynote speaker and SCI faculty member Kristine Rushing will share key basics that every leader responsible for selecting, hiring and orienting employees needs to know to get the right people in the right seats every time.
You also will benefit from a bonus legislative update from employment law expert Amie Remington.