Saturday, January 20, 2018


A white coffee mug with “begin” written on it on a wooden table

An organization that regards employees as parts of a well-oiled machine (and thus easily replaced) will be run differently than one in which employees are regarded as people with skills that need to be developed.

An organization that believes a job recruitment is solely done to fill a vacancy is quite different from one that believes the recruitment is only part of a larger process to evaluate the skills of internal and external candidates.

An organization that hires on the basis of inflated job requirements may be more unlikely to get a good employee than one which hires on the basis of basic job requirements.

An organization with a large workforce in which roles are not clarified will be less successful than a much smaller competitor in which roles are clear.

[Photo by Danielle MacInnes at Unsplash]

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