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Four most common hiring mistakes and their impact on team management

searching for right employeeWhile selecting or hiring a team member or an individual employee, it is very important to keep all the aspects of job description and job requirements under consideration.

Selecting the wrong person for the job can have a negative impact on the entire business. For example, consider the overall turnover cost to be around 40% of the employee’s annual salary. If you do the math: If you have a turnover of 2 employees per year, with average annual salary of around $40,000, you are already incurring about $32,000 just to keep the number of employees.

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You’ve got an interview, how should you prepare?

business tuit for interviewHave you just finished your education and searching for your first full-time job? Then, we have several great tips for you how to succeed in the job interview.

A job interview is generally a daunting experience for anyone. You can ease your worries a little by making sure you’re prepared for the event. This involves thinking about your prospective employer, the role you’re applying for, and all of the practical issues surrounding the interview itself.

You need to start thinking about the interview as soon as you possibly can, and the thought process doesn’t end until after the interview.

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5 Questions to Ask Before You Hire a New Candidate

searching for right employeePicking the right candidate may be a difficult process, especially when you have many qualified prospects applying for a position that you have posted. Sometimes there are very little distinctions between two applicants’ resumes. How can you differentiate between two candidates? You may want to ask yourself these things before offering a position to a prospective employee:

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