Hiring and Retaining Your Best Employees is a Process, Not an Accidental Event!
If your business is growing, you'll need to hire employees to help you run it. Unfortunately, many business owners don't know how to do this. In the event they hire someone good, they run the risk of losing them to a competitor because they also don't know how to keep them.
This cycle can cause a business and the owner to waste time recruiting and training only to have to do it again. Worse yet, if they hire the wrong person, getting rid of them can be costly.
If this sounds like your track record, don't be discouraged. And don't reduce the size and scale of your business so you don't end up needing people... that's defeating!
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Here's a Process For Hiring and Retaining Your Best Employees
Hiring is part 'art' and part 'science' and it takes practice to perfect. That's why the best organizations in the world make a process out of hiring and retaining the best employees. They know what they are looking for and recruit continuously. They have a specific way of bringing new hires on board and they manage them as though they were the most valuable part of the business.
You don't need a degree or years of HR experience to be able to do the same thing. All you need to do is grab a copy of my book 'How to Hire & Retain Your Best Employees'.
This book was written for busy busines owners who want to have the best staff they can find but don't have the luxury of outsourcing this activity to a recruiter or someone in their company.
Here is what you'll be able to do once you learn the time tested principles of Hiring and Retaining Your Best Employees:
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