Millennials – or “Generation Y” – includes anyone born between 1980 and 2000. Whether you like it or not, this generation is becoming a vital part of the workforce.
This generation, more than any before, is connected. They have access to a wealth of information and other people that makes it easy for them be in control of where of they want to work and make the best decision for them.
So how do you overcome the challenges they present and start hiring millennials that you need for your company? ……… Read More >>
Your employees are your biggest asset. When they are awesome – they help your company grow, keep your customers happy, expand your positive reputation, reduce your bottom line, and most importantly – keep your stress level down!
When you accidentally hire the wrong person for your team though, you can suddenly find yourself in a whirlwind of problems, conflicts, daily disruptions, and even legal issues.
So how do you attract those ideal people… let’s take a look. ……… Read More >>
So one day (maybe today) you find yourself sitting at your desk feeling like you’re surrounded by every one of the most inept, incompetent, useless, lazy, truly hair-pulling level of human beings that could possibly exist anywhere on the planet.
Or… maybe it’s not quite that bad, but you still feel like no matter what you do, no matter who you hire, you just can’t seem to get people that you need to make your day go smoothly.
Most likely, that means that your Interviewing & Hiring processes are out of sync… ……… Read More >>
Let’s face it – attracting, hiring, and promoting the right people for the right jobs can literally make or break your business.
One of the biggest factors that can influence an employee’s success is the personality they bring to the position. Are they a natural leader, or do they prefer to be led? Are they internally motivated, or do you need to provide motivation for them to succeed? And these questions are just the tip of the iceberg.
So let’s take a deeper dive into one type of personality that you might want (or not want) to hire… the Extrovert.
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