Believe it or not, hiring is similar to dating. At first, you ask general questions to see if he/she has any traits that you’re looking for. Then, after a long period of time (usually), you decide to take the relationship to the next level.
Now, think of the “next level” as the job offer that a business owner makes during the hiring process. Like a relationship, the process of hiring a new employee takes time, energy, and money.
That being said, a lot of employers don’t take recruitment as serious as they should. I’ve heard way too many stories of small business owners who hired a new employee, only to have him/her leave after a couple of months. This is the last thing that any employer would want.
That’s why I’m here to share the 3 biggest hiring blunders you can make for your small business, so you can improve your hiring procedure: