Share 'Stop Clients from Making a $50,000 Hiring Mistake'
Everyone makes mistakes, but when it comes to hiring, those mistakes can be quite expensive.
Citing a CareerBuilder survey, J.J. Keller reported that 69% of businesses experienced a bad hire in 2012. Forty-one percent estimated the cost of that bad hire to be at least $25,000 while 24% stated that it cost them more than $50,000.
It's more than just recruiting and training costs employers need to…
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