Hire, Fire and Retain an Employee

Hiring, firing, and retaining employees are three critical aspects of managing a workforce.

Mark Lewis EBOOK
Mark Lewis – EBOOK

Although hiring, firing, and retaining employees are all critical aspects of managing a successful and productive workforce, hiring is the most critical.  Each process requires careful consideration and attention to detail to ensure that the employer/employee relationship remains mutually beneficial.

Hiring An Employee

Did you know?  Hiring the right employee and ensuring that they fit into your company culture is essential to the success of any organization. People generally hire for the wrong reasons. Based on a hiring technique Mark developed, he will show you how to make your hiring much more effective.

It is essential to follow a structured and thorough hiring process. You should have a primary focus to ensure you will find the best candidates for the job and make the most informed hiring decisions.

This e-book contains some suggestions and steps to effectively hire an employee, from identifying your staffing needs to conducting interviews and making a job offer.

If you learn nothing else from this e-book, learn this:  Hire For Culture, Train For Skill!

You should be able to train anyone if they have the right mindset and skill.  People apply for a job position if they have a skill set to bring to the table. Culture, however, should be your primary driver. Your ultimate success and superior company culture will depend on how well you hire people who want to work together. One bad apple can have a profound effect on the other apples. In the many years Mark has been an entrepreneur and leadership coach, he can’t stress enough how important it is for you to follow this mantra: Hire For Culture, Train For Skill.

Firing An Employee

Firing an employee can be a challenging and often uncomfortable task, but sometimes it’s necessary to ensure that your business runs efficiently.  The best way to lose your “A” players is to tolerate your “C” players. Too many times, leaders put off letting people go because it’s very uncomfortable.  Whether you have an internal Human Resource Department or hire a third party to help you, make sure you have all bases covered.

Retaining Your Employees

Retaining employees is crucial for any business that wants to maintain a stable workforce and foster a positive work environment. Losing talented and experienced employees cost time and money. It can also damage your company’s morale and productivity. To retain employees, it’s essential that you create an engaging and supportive workplace culture that values their contributions, offers opportunities for growth and development, and rewards their achievements. 

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