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You think you may have hired the wrong person – now what? While you can always look for a replacement, this costs both time and money on top of the resources you’ve already spent. Instead, you might want to consider evaluating the situation to determine why your new hire isn’t quite meeting your initial expectations. 

  • Provide feedback as soon as possible: It’s important to communicate with your new hire. Don’t be afraid to be upfront and honest – they’ll appreciate the effort and they might even be able to turn things around if given the chance. Remember: a quick pep talk could go a long way in making your new hires more comfortable and productive, so it’s important to give them the professional courtesy of honest feedback; it could be of greater benefit than you realize.  
  • Offer training: In some cases, a little training is all that’s necessary in order to turn an underperforming employee into a great employee. If you feel this might be the case, don’t hesitate to offer your new recruit some additional training. A little investment at the beginning could pay off huge dividends in the long run.  
  • Consider reassignment: You might also consider assigning your new recruit to a new facility, department, or team. A change of scenery might be all that’s needed to jumpstart a new hire and get them started in the right direction. However,’ it’s essential to avoid giving them too much responsibility. If you think they’re already struggling to do their job, increasing their responsibilities or expanding their job duties probably won’t help the situation.  
  • Learn from your mistakes: Regardless of what happens with your latest recruit, it’s important that you’re able to learn from your mistakes to avoid making bad hires in the future. Take a moment or two to look back at your entire hiring process and, if you notice any red flags or shortcomings, make sure to address them as soon as possible.  

Have you experienced the pains of a bad hire? If so, you’ll be happy to know that you’ll never be stuck with bad hires when working with Mega Force. All of our recruits are fully screened and tested to ensure that their skills are up to par with your expectations. Contact us today for more information or to get started today!  

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