Tag Archives: Succession planning

Parlour Games

It is disturbing to me that personality assessments are sometimes being used in a way that devalues their use as a management tool. The prevalence of online personality quizzes that give you a four-letter type looking like a Myers-Briggs Assessment® … Continue reading

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The Challenges of Minimum Wage

First of all let me make it very clear that I believe there are many jobs that should be minimum wage. Work skills and experience need to be learned and until they are, it does not represent more than minimum … Continue reading

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Tips for Successful Recruitment and Retention

Over the past ten years of working with smaller companies, I have identified 5 areas that successful businesses use for their recruitment and retention of employees. 1. Hire for the future. Many times a company or organization will hire for … Continue reading

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