How to Retain High Performing Employees

Apr 25, 2022
 When hiring employees, “you have to remember- you are hiring human beings first, and then hiring human- doings.”

My guest this week is the founder of Hiring and Empowering, LLC where she consults with companies on employee Leadership, Executive-Level Leadership. In this episode, we discuss the following:

(1) The risk employers face when they say “you should be lucky to have a job” are over.

(2)  The simple subject line that gets potential candidates to contact the recruiter; 

(3)  How to create an empowered and engaged team in one week; and 

(4) Why the employee review must die.


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