Wednesday, November 8th, 2017
In this article you will be introduced to very specific and effective strategies and tactics necessary to help give you an edge over your competition when it comes to the workforce you employ for your business.
If you have weathered the storm of the recent recession you undoubtedly have seen a massive shift with employment. Not long ago “good help” sat idly by awaiting new job growth opportunities and now, just a few years later, we are right back to the age-old dilemma of telling ourselves “it’s hard to find good help!”.
At ShaBro, this is an ongoing issue and discussion topic no matter the state of the economy because the workforce has changed from generation to generation. While technology, automation and “Lean” initiatives are increasing work-place efficiencies; the need for talented individuals continues to be in high demand.
It is a foregone conclusion that your industry suffers from the same issues many other industries suffer from regarding finding “good help”.
So, what to do?
How do you find good the BEST people to fill your available positions?
We have created a helpful guide (Ten Tips To Hiring A Better Workforce) you can use to help you navigate the tumultuous waters of the employment sea and should you keep a steady hand on the rudder and maintain your plotted course, you will assuredly come safely ashore having reached your desired destination.
Here are the “Ten Tips” listed below and to learn the strategies and tactics behind these tips you will want to download the document and then put these to use.
Each organization must start somewhere to improve recruiting, hiring, and retention of valued employees. In our experience, the tactics and opportunities detailed here are your best bets for recruiting the best employees. These ideas can help your organization succeed and grow. They create a workplace that will meet both your needs and the needs of your potential and current employees. You can then concentrate on what you do best. Let your trusted employees handle the rest.
You’ll be glad you did!