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Hiring the right employee is an inexact science. After all, a person who seems like your "dream candidate" during an interview may turn out to be a nightmare once he is actually working. As a result, you may need some tips from successful entrepreneurs who've successfully found their dream employees.
For a small company, hiring the wrong worker can be especially damaging. You not only waste your money paying an employee who is a bad fit, but you also waste your time by training someone who may contribute very little to your company.
That's why it's especially important for small business owners to critically evaluate their applicants. Here are five tips to protect yourself from a bad hire, as told by entrepreneurs to the Financial Post:
Not every method mentioned above is right for every employer. This is especially true with paying your new hires to quit. However, you may want to consider a variety of hiring strategies to better ensure you hire the right workers.
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