by Linda Galindo
It’s not quite clear to me why it took a recession for organizations to rid their staffs of employees who weren’t pulling their weight. Finally, the air is being let out of this balloon—and as an HR pro, you probably knew which people your organization needed and which it didn’t, way before the economy turned south.
Maybe you didn’t have the ear of your company’s top execs pre-2008—but you’ve most likely got it now.
More than any other time I can remember in my 20 years as a consultant, your CEO needs your guidance on the issue of staffing. Which employees should you keep? Who should go? How much should you pay so you can hang on to the most effective employees? And what’s the best way to use—traditional and creative—to position your company as an employer of choice?
Now that you have a leaner staff, you’ve probably been helping your organization change the way those employees work, strivin...(register to read more)
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