Hire on a WHIM
Four Qualities That Make for Great Employees
Category: Human Resources
Learn how to attract top young employees who will work hard and stick around.
In this summary, you will learn
- Why your new hires should show a “work ethic, humility, integrity and maturity” – the unteachable “WHIM” qualities
- Why this assessment is critical to excellent hiring
- How to find candidates who possess these character traits
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Why you should read Hire on a WHIM
Productivity trainer Garrett Miller shows you how to hire great employees by finding candidates with four must-have qualities that have little to do with skill and lots to do with their upbringing, background and attitude. The book’s writing style uses almost entirely imagined conversations between a hiring manager and his guru, but Miller’s practical advice about interviewing questions and techniques provides excellent guidance. getAbstract recommends Miller’s notions mainly to managers hiring young workers, but job-hunters can also learn important lessons.
About the Author
Pharmaceutical industry veteran Garrett Miller owns and runs CoTria, a “productivity training” company.
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