Someone cheerfully willing to learn is always a better bet than a know-it-all who will never learn to listen
You retain top talent by helping them climb to greater heights.
Do you spend 'upwards of 100 hours' mulling over a new hire? This contributing writer does.
Year after year, Gregg Popovich, coach of the San Antonio Spurs, rejuvenates his championship team with late-round NBA draft picks others overlook.
Before you treat that next candidate poorly, remember: Candidates are consumers, and they use social media.
It's one of the most popular questions in interviews, and also one of the most understandable.
Even the fairest of employers knows that, for some jobs, gender, age and physical ability are valid reasons for hiring one person and not another.
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When you don't have funding, here are a few pointers for attracting top-notch employees.
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Adding an employee is a lot like acquiring a company: Either way, your job is to learn about character, history and potential for the future.
Go ahead and add the pool table to the break room, but that won't keep your Gen Y group around for too long. Focus on communication, recognition, transparency and training if you want to retain them.
Look for grit and determination in your choice for a sales representative.
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A primer on what type of employees you'll need for your transportation business, how to find them and how to train them
For example, the application process takes way longer than you'd think, according to a CareerBuilder study.
The influx of millennials into the workforce makes it imperative that employers use mobile technology to appeal to them.