Low Employee Turnover = Better Quality, Better Results
I'm away on vacation through October 10th, but I've scheduled the posting of an article of interest most weekdays. Feel free to comment and share your thoughts on each and I hope you keep up your daily habit of reading the blog.
This article caught my eye recently:
From the early part of the article:
Many of us who are hungry for the latest dispatches from the war for talent look to to Silicon Valley. We want to know Google's secret to hiring the best people or Mark Zuckerberg's one tip for hiring employees. But in a world where most companies don't operate on the frontiers of digital transformation, and most employees aren't tech geeks or app developers, our appetite for unconventional talent strategies should probably extend to more conventional parts of the economy. Like, say, an amazing fast-food chain called Pal's Sudden Service.
Some of this reminds me of The Good Jobs Strategy — see past posts:
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