I Hired a Zombie: The True Cost of a Bad Hire


Having a warm body fill that vacant seat in your office may seem like a better option than nothing, but beware: Your new hire could be a zombie.
No, not the living dead type. More like the deadbeat variety. Staffing firm Vitamin T has run the numbers and it turns out that a bad employee could cost you upwards of $50,000 when all is said and done. While salary makes up part of the figure, to really calculate the full cost, you have to factor in recruiting, lost business, training and possible legal action.
All the more reason to schedule another interview before you take the plunge. After all, in this economy, employers can afford to be picky and potential employees will put up with a lot.

1 comments:

Y más en este tipo de trabajos como la ganadería, se debe trabajar por gusto y no sólo para cobrar un cheque cada quincena. De todos modos he visto que las personas que solo entran por un salario no duran mucho

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