Guard is a command line tool to easily handle events on file system modifications.
It seems like where you are, devs are pushing code that fails in the CI/CD pipeline, which means, if your test suite isn't flakey, they aren't running tests locally. I had this problem too. I work on a rails monorepo, so I use the guard gem to automatically run certain tests when certain files are changed. There should be an analagous tool in whatever language/framework env(s) you're working in.
A framework for managing and maintaining multi-language pre-commit hooks.
If you do end up using pre commit hooks, consider using https://pre-commit.com/
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