Troubleshooting Challenges With Recent Hires

Are you frustrated because your new hire doesn’t seem to be working out as well as you’d hoped? Instead of looking for a replacement, take time to troubleshoot the situation.

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You reviewed the resumes, asked the interview questions, and hired the best candidate for the role. Everything seemed perfect. That was then. Now, you’re frustrated because the new hire doesn’t seem to be working out as well as you’d hoped. Maybe they’re not fitting in, missing deadlines, or skipping vital steps in your process. The new hire who looked so promising suddenly seems lazy, apathetic, or unmotivated. What a nightmare!

Before You Do Anything Drastic, Try The Strategies In This Guide

If you’re wondering whether it’s time to cut your losses and start looking for a replacement. Hold on. You hired this person for a reason. There’s also a reason why they’re not working out, and it probably has nothing to do with their work ethic. Before you do anything drastic, take time to troubleshoot the situation. This guide will show you how.

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