Nearly 4.3 million workers have voluntarily quit their jobs in search of better opportunities, whether that’s at home with their kids or with an employer who offers better work-life balance.
Economists have dubbed this mass exodus as The Great Resignation. With so many people out of the workforce, employers are struggling to attract applicants for open positions.
Many Leaders like you feel afraid to hire. Candidates have greater expectations for flexibility. Leaders feel like they have to compromise on their reasonable work standards.
In today’s episode you’ll hear:
- Why hiring is HARD, but worth it, even during economically trying times
- Why you should fear STAGNATION and delaying hiring
- How to prepare for your first or NEXT hire when the stakes are high
- How to avoid making a DESPERATE hiring decision
- What to consider as a LEADER when the eyes are on you!
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