Hire based on value fit If you’ve had an opportunity to engage in a discussion about culture with me then you know what this month’s blog is about. The word CULTURE as it relates to a company may be one of the most misunderstood words. It’s a big squishy word with as many meanings as
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Ignoring a bad reputation won’t make it go away I was working with a client a few weeks ago who was struggling to find, attract and hire the people she needed to help her company grow to the next level. She had historically hired junior level talent and paid them reasonably for their skills, but
At least 7 reasons why this is a bad idea One of the hardest things to tackle when you are a small, fast growing company is hiring. I’m not talking about the mechanics of employment, but rather the timing of each new person so that you maintain the customer services levels and delivery schedules necessary
The credit for this month’s article goes to Don VanWinkle. Don is a management savant, master of small business finance, and generally brilliant man. I have been honored to know him as a friend, mentor and banker for more than a decade. Don and I were having lunch a few weeks ago and one of
The subject of Social Media in the workplace came up this week. I was talking with an executive and explaining how employees can help recruit talent by evangelizing their job, company, team on social media. Of course you can also repel talent thru social media if your people don’t like their jobs, company or team.