Hiring: Do you even Slayer?
It's 25 degrees and I got sick - allow me some leeway on this.
Hiring people means a lot of things as it relates to the overall health of a business.
- It means you have excess capital/cash to hire someone you think will make you more money you wouldn’t normally make.
- It means there is more work than you can take on.
You need to hire the right people
How can we identify a bad hire. Obviously we can vet them to a degree in the interview process.
What about a hire that turns sour? Can it be saved? VERSUS story.
How do we identify good hires. It depends.
Having a clear vision of your position fully mapped out will benefit them.
Identify exactly what they do that serves the purpose of your business and it’s role. It creates a base for success for them to work from.
Should they be that “idea” person hire it provides some expansion for them to work with from your needs.
Pay - lol, ugh.
Using the demo calculator I can find where they break even for me revenue wise.
Get a sense of why they’re there. Ask questions. Fine their motivations. What kind of person are they right now? What do they need? Can they fill the need you have?
I’m a fan of test runs. Give em a shot for a day - see how they are. If they’re late, obviously you know that’s a bad hire. Beware name droppers, Giesha Fans, etc.