No matter how this year's World Series ends, the fate of the losing team can't possibly be worse than that of the 1920 Red Sox. Boston fans know what I'm talking about. Babe Ruth was traded, and the team went into an 84-year slump.
84 years. Can your company afford that kind of a downturn? If you don't play the game right, you might find yourself losing your star players.
In this month's Strategies for Success, we'll show you how to find, attract and retain great talent, because you never want to be known as the guy who gave up the greatest player on your team.
I hope you enjoy the article!
Here's Help Staffing and Recruiting
Also this month, I am writing to ask you a favor. Here's Help Staffing and Recruiting is participating in a national study of trends in recruiting and hiring and how it relates to the current economy.
In an effort to learn more about how firms like ours can do a better job addressing this problem, we are participating in a national research study being conducted by Haley Marketing Group, a consulting firm that specializes in the staffing industry.
The survey is made up of seven questions that will take you no longer than three minutes to complete.
Reader, your input is very important to this research, and I want to thank you in advance for taking the time to share it!
Click here to take the survey.
The Worst Management Move Ever?
Even non-baseball fans could agree that the 1920 trade of Babe Ruth is one of the worst management mistakes ever made. After all, it was a prime example of how the loss of terrific talent sent a team into a tailspin. We'll help you make sure it doesn't happen to you:
And if you don't want to go down in history as the worst manager since the guy who traded Babe Ruth, read our handy guide, "3 Tips to Retaining Your Superstars."
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