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I hear this fairly often, but a conversation with a client this week really hit hard.
In a previous role, I was lucky to have a "consolation prize" of sorts... When we hired someone into my department who didn't quite "make it", we were able to offer them a position that allowed us to recover some of our "lost" resources spent on on-boarding that employee by keeping them on board. The role was less exciting and paid less, but that employee got a chance to stay with the company and/or have time to look for an opportunity elsewhere.
My question for everyone out here is:
What do you do with a hire that is a great cultural fit, and everyone thought would be a terrific add, but 6 months in they aren't panning out?