Unsuccessful hiring is 'the single biggest problem in business today,' reports efinancialcareers.com.
It's such a big problem, in fact, that according to The Harvard Business Review as much as 80% of employee turnover is due to bad hiring decisions.
Government found this out the hard way earlier today when it was forced to disband the SABC board after all but two of its board members walked out, reports the Mail & Guardian.
Don't let this happen to you when you hire a new employee.
Here's how to know whether he's going to stay and do the job you hired him for property or not…
Ask your new employee these seven questions after he's been you're your company 60 days:
To find out if your new employee will stay in your company, set up a review with him after he's been with you two months and ask him these questions, advises The Practical Guide to Human Resources Management.
By understanding where your new employee is struggling and what he isn't enjoying about his new position, you'll be able to come up with solutions that'll help him stick around in your company. You'll also be able to tap into his enthusiasm for his new position. But doing this, you'll be able to look at your company objectively through the eyes of a potential client so you can address problems you didn't even know your company had.