This is where the manager most effectively spends their time – not qualifying candidates or seeing people who they should never hire. Having identified the three to five candidates that match your requirements, the evaluation process is essential and this is the most important step.
The issues under this mistake go back, like so many others, to the panic that accompanies so many hiring attempts. When you hire in a hurry, you tend to cut corners and feel that anything that slows the process down is going to be detrimental to success.
There are as many bad managers as there are bad employees, and the failure of many new hires is directly attributable to the sloppy way that they were brought into the organization in the first place.
This may all sound like a lot of work and the structure that is going to be difficult to implement. The reality is that it is not at all difficult, but it does come down to process, process, process.