When managers are asked to define the most challenging part of their job, the answer, regardless of the industry, is often, “Finding and keeping good people.”
Recruit well and both the company and your team will reap rewards; but get it wrong and there are costs for all involved, be that time, money or morale.
For those of us in the recruiting business, it’s often easy to see where well-meaning employers go wrong.
Often, the problems begin far earlier than you’d expect. When employees quit before they’ve even had time to hit their stride, the problem is often one of unclear expectations from the outset.