Am I tense about tense and subject agreement? Yep. When I see a headline like:
Check Out an Employee Before You Hire Them
I think, 'fly-by-night company, or just plain sloppy?' Either way, it's not confidence-inspiring.
Business owners/managers, please hear this: your website should direct a reader's attention to the message, not to your grammatical errors. Trust me, I'm not a lone word snob. Those blunders will cost you potential customers. Business. Mooo-lah.
Have a professional writer, proofreader, high school English teacher, or a good high school English student (!) review your site for gaffes like the one above. Especially if you don't see the problem with the example above.
There. I'm done ranting for the day.