Don't rush into hiring the wrong candidate

08/12/2010 | BNET

Making a poor executive hire can prove to be a dire mistake, Steve Tobak writes. Ensure a good fit by picking a candidate with an appropriate background, even if it means taking more time to fill the role. "If you're thinking about hiring someone who, for whatever reason, doesn't have the experience, knowledge, or skills for the job, don't do it; it'll cost you far more than you realize," Tobak writes.

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