Avoid hiring unproductive employees once and for all
April 9, 2012
<![CDATA[Unproductive employees are a problem for almost any business. Whether it is a lack of interest in the job role, a poor work history or even something as extreme as drug and alcohol abuse, there are a few simple ways that employers can protect their company from the cycle of hiring unproductive workers.
- Verify work and education history
- Run background checks
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