The first step



Your company may not be big enough.

You may not have the luxury of time.

You may not have hundreds of applicants to choose from.

But should any of those excuses compromise your standards of selecting the right fit candidate?

Your front line directly affects your bottom line. Spending the resources to select, train and reward those employees, your most valuable asset, cannot be compromised.



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6 Responses to The first step

  1. Donna Flanagin says:

    So true David. It might actually be easier for the small company. Again attitude over aptitude comes into play. Many managers feel they don’t have time to train and hire the wrong fit employee.

  2. jeff noel says:

    Love the dialogue.

  3. David says:

    If managers do not spend the time properly training for success, then they are training for failure. I’m sure they don’t start out the day saying, “Today, I’m going to train someone to be the worst sales associate they can be!” But that’s exactly what happens as a result of their lack of proper training.

  4. David says:

    Jeff, thank you. 🙂

    Sharing ideas, goals and dreams is what we do here.

  5. Patty Hebert says:

    That same training applies to our children. If we don’t take the time to teach them right from wrong, who will — the County Corrections Officer? (A little tongue in cheek; but the truth…)

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