The concept of hire slow and fire fast is building some buzz in the industry. For starters, it is the reverse of what usually happens.
The hiring is often completed rapidly, if not rushed, because there is a gaping hole in the organization chart which is upsetting the people in the top boxes and very often putting a drag on performance.
The firing is usually dragged out because normally there has been a significant investment in the employee on the bubble and most firms don’t want to take this step until they absolutely have to.
So why would hire slow, fire fast make better sense?
Here one of several articles on the subject, this one by Jay Forte in Human Capitalist. Share your opinion by leaving a comment below: