Rarely a week goes by that I don’t come across a CEO or executive seeking new talent. It could be a high-priced executive, or just an employee that has multiple “new age” skills such as social media marketing. Finding good talent is difficult, takes time, and costs money.
As a result, most take the easy road – spend big bucks to get great people. Have you tried this before? How did it work out?
My experience has been that throwing money at the situation is not the solution. In fact, [Tweet “Sometimes the more money you invest, the lower the quality of the new hire.”]
It seems that finding and attracting talent is a crapshoot. But it doesn’t have to be.
There are ways in which you can attract talent to your organization that cost little to no money. Want to learn more? Watch this week’s video. It will only take you 2-3 minutes and will save you thousands if not tens of thousands of dollars in the long-run.
PS: Did you find this video helpful? Grab a copy of my book from McGraw Hill: “Operational Empowerment: Collaborate, Innovate and Engage to Beat the Competition” and learn more low-cost or no-cost ways to get the most out of your people.
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