We spend a lot of time cursing the ill effects of turnover. It’s disruptive. It’s expensive. It’s a sign of poor company culture and/or leadership. And while all of these things are generally true, there are certain times when turnover can be a blessing in disguise.
Recruiting new employees can be challenging. If you’re constantly hiring, you’ve got to build a talent pipeline and keep it full. And if you only recruit occasionally, it may feel like starting all over again. Every. Single. Time.
But what if you had a secret weapon to help you find awesome people super-quick?
You do! It’s your employees.
Consistently failing to follow through isn’t just bad for your personal credibility. It’s bad for your bottom line.
Whether you’re making good on a promise, enforcing a company policy, or even just responding to an email, lack of follow-through is one of the quickest ways to destroy confidence, loyalty, and trust.
In this episode of the Lead. Learn. Thrive. Podcast, Sharon Tiger, Vice President of Business Development at Raffa Financial Services and Glenn Anstead, a partner in Raffa’s technology practice, discuss government contracting and their rules and regulations.
Financial News and Portfolio Management Discussion through April 21st
US stocks rose on solid corporate earnings. The S&P 500 rose 0.5% and the Dow gained 0.4% for the week. Internationally, Japan jumped 1.8% and Europe climbed 0.7% for the week. The yield on the 10 Year Treasury bill climbed to 2.95% its highest level since January 2014 on increasing inflation expectations.
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