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Talent search | 1 in 3 employees don't make it through probation

1 in 3 employees don't make it through probation

A third of new employees aren’t passing their six-month probation period which is costing companies thousands.

The research conducted by Worksome found that just eight per cent of employers feel that new hires demonstrate the right skillsets to complete their roles.

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Comments (1)

  • Boris
    Mon, 8 Jul 2019 1:48pm BST
    It's all well and good saying the recruitment professionals are not providing the right candidates but employers do also have to shoulder at least some of the blame here too. Employers have gotten lazy, they're so used to demanding staff from recruiters as quickly as possible that they've potentially lost sight of how to recruit themselves. Maybe if companies took back responsibility for recruitment they'd be able to get the staff they want?