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Patience During the Hiring Process
Don’t rush on hiring.
“[When you hire,] you're inviting someone into your family,” she says. “We spend more time with our co-workers than we do our actual family. Look at all the time you put into dating before you marry—I would hope that before you hire someone onto your team, you do the same thing.”
Watch the video for Candace’s food for thought for the hiring process.
- Patience during the hiring process is key to developing a cohesive team.
- Take your time during the interview process to ensure you get the right person.
- Sometimes fresh hires with no jaded experience can be better than experienced hires.
And that's kind of key. You're inviting someone into your family. You know, we spend more time with our co-workers than we do our actual family. And so you look at all the time you put into dating before you marry. I would hope that before you hire someone onto your team, you do the same thing. And by taking that time, I feel like I've put together a team that they match personalities. We're all very, very unique and don't have a terrible amount in common except for our care of what we do and our care for who we do it for.
Over the last 21 years Candace Dixon-Horne has worked with local businesses to customize marketing messages, ad campaigns and budgets to help them grow. Candace served two corporate radio groups in Northwest Arkansas until December 20...
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