The Cost of a Bad Hire

“He was a D1 football player. A walk-on who earned a full ride.”
I was bragging and so very proud of my first hire as a rookie VP of Sales. I was sure this new hire would bring the same level of competitiveness to his territory that he did to the football field and I was happy to tell my boss…

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“He was a D1 football player. A walk-on who earned a full ride.”
I was bragging and so very proud of my first hire as a rookie VP of Sales. I was sure this new hire would bring the same level of competitiveness to his territory that he did to the football field and I was happy to tell my boss…

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