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It has been shown that most organizations hire employees for the skills they possess, yet fire employees for poor behavior. Even worse is when poor behavior is tolerated to the point of lost productivity and the turnover of “good” employees. This hiring/firing cycle costs organizations millions of dollars a year in recruiting and training costs. Poor behavior is usually due to a mismatch in values and/or a failure of the employee to assimilate into the organization’s culture. But how do companies both large and small ensure that new hires are a good cultural fit?

Stuart Levine

Credit Union Times

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