1. Select the right person in the first place. Today’s hiring mistakes are tomorrow’s turnovers. Clearly define the results you expect and the talent you need. I know it’s easy to say and hard to do, but don’t lower your standards. Make it a privilege to join your team. Don’t hire from desperation, especially new crew or managers. The fact is that first rate people hire first rate people. But “second rate” people hire fourth rate ...
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