What do you do if you have a team member who has not grown with your company or who is no longer a good fit? Do you know you should let them go, but you haven’t yet because they rely on you to put food on the table, or to pay their mortgage? That is a complicated and sensitive position to be in, but there are things you can do to let them go in a way that is caring and supportive. Firing with compassion is possible.
Your IDEAL FIT™ employee is out there… the challenge is finding them. Do you know what they look like? What they want? Where they are looking? Do you know what…
Unemployment is at a 50 year low! Great news, until you need to hire. Patience and creativity are key in this tight labor market. These tips will help you beat your competition to your next great hire.
A resignation letter… as a business owner dedicated to building a thriving company, the notice that one of your team members is leaving feels like a punch to the gut. The reasons for your star employee exiting are sensible ones; a better job opportunity, going back to school, a family change. But what now? You may be fortunate enough to get a few weeks notice, but that never seems to be enough. You procrastinate searching for a replacement because you anticipate it’s going to be a tedious and unpleasant project or you simply don’t know where to start.
Let’s explore the options available and see what makes sense for your growing company.