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5 Types of People You Don’t Need in Your Company

Despite your best efforts, not every hiring decision results in a good hire. There are times when a poorly-suited candidate is chosen, but there will be no signs of it until it is too late. Not all bad employees are beyond saving and most of them can be trained, but having less than ideal candidates can cost the company harm, money and time. 

Here are five types of employees you need to avoid on Jobstreet or at least let go before it negatively affects your company:

The toxic one

You can identify the negative mood almost immediately when being around a negative employee. This person usually brings the mood down around the office, stirring up conflict left and right and generally an unlikeable person. While it is HR‘s job to solve the conflict between employees, you shouldn’t keep a toxic employee on your team for too long.

The unpunctual one

Everyone comes late to work once in a while, but when it becomes a regular habit, something is wrong. A worker that is constantly late to work, meetings and turning in an important task is unreliable. Unless there is a reasonable excuse, there’s no point keeping an employee that can’t arrive on time.

The incompetent one

Not everyone is an expert immediately at what they do, and most of the time it is the company’s responsibility to develop an employee’s skill. However, when an incompetent employee constantly fails to achieve the desired goals, it may be a sign to get rid of him. Not all incompetent employee meant to perform badly, it could just be a poor fit for the role.

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The irresponsible one

Humans aren’t perfect and everyone makes mistakes. When it does happen, you should take responsibility and learn from it. But irresponsible workers are unwilling to take responsibilities, sometimes they even blame something or someone for their failures. Be careful to determine if this habit is intentional or just an honest mistake before letting go of an employee.

The violator

Rule breakers shouldn’t be tolerated in a professional setting.  Serious violations such as misuse of company funds or toxic behaviour require immediate action, especially if they are tasked with managing others.

Conclusion

As a recruiter, it is your responsibility to choose the best candidates and ensure they are capable of the company.

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