How would you see whether somebody is a rascal before you employ them?
The moment we made Tom (not his genuine name) an offer I knew we had committed an error. There was only something off about Tom.
I was under weight from the board to contract Tom, and I let the weight cloud my judgment. What a f***ing botch!
I could have said no. I could have halted it, however I didn’t. Rather, I committed the error of trusting things would work out.
Obviously, things didn’t work out. Tom quit three months after he began. Regularly this would be something to be thankful for, however we were raising cash at the time. Tom’s takeoff just about murdered our odds of raising cash.
Thank heavens it didn’t.
Have you ever settled for somebody you knew wasn’t an “A” player? Have you ever known instinctively that you were committing an error procuring a man?
All things considered, you’re not the only one.
The vast majority of us have committed enlisting errors. Take a gander at me and the mix-up I made enlisting Tom. It was totally preventable.
I trust you can settle most enlisting mix-ups before you make them.