My Client’s Hiring Practices

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My Client’s Hiring Practices

My Client’s Hiring Practices – Recently, I had a conversation with a client about their hiring practices to find a new CFO because their old CFO was in a car accident and unfortunately died. I wanted to share the conversation because after talking to the owner of this business, I had goosebumps. This company, in my opinion, is a perfect case study on how to manage a successful business!

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My Client’s Hiring Practices – “These have been our hiring practices for 30 years, and we are not going to change them now.”

My client said, “Bob, we have a minimal amount of turnover here because we treat the people with the respect that they deserve. We pay everyone here a fair salary for their position. We bonus everyone in the company out of profits. Fifty cents of every dollar of profit in this company goes back to the employees in bonuses. My partner and I believe that the way we make money with our business is to hire the best people in the area, treat them with respect, give them the tools to do their job, provide them a pleasant work environment and compensate them appropriately.

My Client’s Hiring Practices are the best!

We review every employee in the company every January and July. We share with them what they are doing right and what they may be doing wrong. The review times in this organization are easy to deal with because we have the best people. Everyone loves working here and respects their job. We have not have had an employee leave the company in two and a half years.

We had a great CFO six months ago, but he was in a horrible car accident and did not make it. The position has been open since then because we have not been able to find the right person. Our hiring system has worked for us successfully for the 30 years that we have been in business together, and Bob, we are not going to change it now.” Hmm…either would I!

There is no doubt about it, My Client’s Hiring Practices are the best!

My name is Robert Curry, and I am an Author, CEO Coach, Keynote Speaker, and Turnaround Specialist. Over the past 20 years, I have worked with more than 70 companies taking their businesses from Loses to Profits.

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To our clients, past, present, and future:

I am Bob Curry, an author, and owner of CEO Results Coaching. It is incredible how often we hear a similar message and experience the same issues from new clients. Owners/CEOs feel like they are on an island with no one to turn to for advice. Unfocused employees are draining the company of its energy and funds, and sales teams have forgotten how to close deals. These clients say, in a desperate tone, “Bob, this just isn’t what I envisioned.” Our role is to refocus their efforts, so they can resurrect the original passion and vision that motivated them to start their company. The results, sales, and profits increase sales and profits, plus the ability to manage growth successfully.