Hiring Wisdom: Should You Worry About Training Your Competition?

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By Mel Kleiman

Many small business owners and managers worry about hiring and training someone who could later join the competition, or even compete with them for their own jobs.

Here’s some simple advice: “Get over it.”

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  1. Don’t assume that a good applicant wants more than just the job you are offering.
  2. If you hire people with no ambition, what kind of people will you have working for you?
  3. Good employees will not only help you get better, they will force you to get better.

This was originally published on Mel Kleiman’s Humetrics blog.

Mel Kleiman, CSP, is an internationally-known authority on recruiting, selecting, and hiring hourly employees. He has been the president of Humetrics since 1976 and has over 30 years of practical experience, research, consulting and professional speaking work to his credit. Contact him at mkleiman@humetrics.com.


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