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The Cost of a Bad Hire: “Butts in Chairs” and How to Convince Hiring Managers to Avoid Them

Tuesday, November 1st, 2011

I need someone, anyone, now… just put butts in chairs — I don’t care about quality.

This must be one of the most feared phrases that a good recruiter can hear, unfortunately, it and phrases like it are not uncommon. A better name for it is “reckless hiring,” as such demands are essentially a directive to source candidates who are the real-world equivalent to Homer Simpson. While I certainly understand the pain a vacancy, particularly one in a highly visible role, can cause, such shortsightedness often ends up backfiring. (more…)


 

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