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Negative Effect

September 12, 2013 Leave a comment Go to comments

Every time you add a new employee to an organization it impacts the organization in a variety of ways.

You get that person’s work, whether they are a star performer or a cog in the wheel, and that is generally a benefit. You also get their impact on other employees. If the new employee is paid far better than existing employees, undermining internal equity, that can have a big negative impact. If the new employee doesn’t mesh well with existing employees, that can be a problem.

A good recruiting strategy needs to look at the impact on the entire organization and make moves that improve overall performance.


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