Hiring considerations for small businesses
John Schwarz, CEO and founder of workforce analytics company Visier, recently spoke with Fox News about one of the hiring strategies small organizations need to keep in mind to remain competitive.
Schwarz advised that while it is important to determine what a potential new hire will bring to the table, it is also necessary to consider how he or she will interact with existing staff. For many employees of small businesses, the motivation to work more for limited pay often comes from their enjoyment of the office culture and belief in the organization's vision. This makes it critical for organizations to ensure that any new hire will mesh well with the team.
"Although I am always looking for smart, ambitious, HiPo (high potential) hires that may one day take my job, it isn't just about [them]," Schwarz told the source. "Rather, it's about the combination of players who comprise the team."
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