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This Is Why “Slow To Hire And Quick To Fire” Is Bad Advice

Speed and accuracy are not mutually exclusive. Here’s a new hiring mantra to adopt instead. Be slow to hire and quick to fire. You’ve probably heard this hiring advice, and perhaps you’ve even followed it. While it sounds logical, it’s almost always bad advice, says Scott Wintrip, author of High Velocity Hiring: How to Hire Top Talent in an Instant. Read Full Story
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