If you feel like your employees are more and more dissatisfied with their jobs and careers, the statistics actually back up your suspicions. According to a survey recently conducted by CareerBuilder, 21% of full-time employees plan on changing jobs this year, up 4% compared to recent years.
Great employees are reliable, dependable, proactive, diligent, great leaders, and great followers. They possess a wide range of easily defined — but hard to find — qualities. A few hit the next level. Some employees are truly exceptional, possessing qualities that may not appear on performance appraisals but nonetheless make a major impact on performance.
Whether you’re a two person startup still operating in your garage or a 500-person corporation, one thing should remain consistent: your focus on hiring superstars. When my co-founder Eddie Machaalani and I started our commerce platform company, we made a pact to personally interview the first 100 people we hired. It was hard, but we
What mistakes are we making when hiring and firing, and how does this affect our company’s bottom line? In this Future CEOs episode, we have a fascinating conversation with specialist recruiter and thought leader, Lou Adler, founder and CEO of The Adler Group, where he reveals what CEOs and companies are doing very wrong when