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Employer Questions and Answers

This page deals with challenges that you may face as an employer and how to overcome them.

Are your good employees leaving! You must find out why?

It’s tough to hold on to good employees, but it shouldn’t be. Most of the mistakes that companies make are easily avoided. When you do make mistakes, your best employees are the first to go, because they have the most options.

1. They make a lot of unnecessary rules. 

Companies need to have rules—that’s a given—but they don’t have to be shortsighted at creating an order. Whether it’s an overzealous attendance policy or taking employees’ frequent flier miles, even a couple of unnecessary rules can drive people crazy. When good employees feel like big brother is watching, they’ll find someplace else to work.

Why Your Top Sales Performers Are Leaving The Company?

Top Performers move around – it happens. But as the decision-maker, a top biller leaving you to join another company can have a devastating knock-on effect. And as if losing one top biller isn’t hard enough, often when one person goes, others follow.

You might like to think that this is out of your control or tell yourself “they weren’t that good anyway,” but it’s important that you accept some of the responsibility for your top billers leaving because you do have the power to do something about it.

So, what are some of the lesser-known hard truths about why top billers leave your company?

7 Interview Questions To Assess A Cultural Fit.

A few years ago, my client interviewed a candidate for an engineering position. The candidate passed all their technical interview questions with flying colors. As a result, he was hired.


After about a month, it was quite clear that the candidate was not getting with the team. He wanted to work irregular hours, while most of the team worked a pretty standard day. He wanted to go out after work but many team members had families to get home to.

Should We Employ People Smarter Than Us?

The only answer I can come up with is  "Yes".


Because in doing so, we prevent limiting the organization to the level of our own ability—and grow the capabilities of our companies. We become more likely to listen to their thoughts and ideas, and this is the best way to expand on our own knowledge and build the strength of the company.


If I can only set aside my 'ego' and 'fear' of being surrounded by smarter people in a room, then I can always learn and grow and get better at my work or... I just need to find a different room.”

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