Here are some questions for you.
a. Do you have difficulties recruiting employees?
b. Do you have absenteeism problems?
c. Do you have problems with employee retention?
If you have more than one “Yes” to the above questions, you are being sincere.
We believe that an employee is more likely to stay on the job if he/she is happy with what he/she does on the job, and that he/she is treated well by the superiors, peers, andsubordinates.
In other words if you want to attract and to retain employees, you need to have the “rightperson for the right job, with the right pay”, and to have a workplace environment that supports the “treat me well” phenomenon.
The first challenge is to hire “the right person for the right job”
I believe that the key to do that is to have a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of what the job requires of the knowledge and skills, and the types of competencies required for the job holder to excel on the job.