Most people aren’t content with their jobs because their work doesn’t quite fit them. Veterans of big business Cammie Dunaway and Moe Carrick explain what factors make for the best job fit, and how you can adjust your employment circumstances to suit you better. They are on a mission to teach readers how to find jobs where they can thrive. There’s some history here. Although Dunaway tried to make her position at Nintendo work, she finally had to leave the video games company. Her job was a bad fit. Carrick, who was her job coach at Nintendo, saw her unhappiness and advised her to leave. Together, they offer senior executives, recruiters, managers and HR professionals insights about hiring and retaining the right employees. getAbstract recommends their advice to executives seeking less turnover, better morale, more productivity and additional profits, and to job seekers who want the satisfaction of engaging work.
In this summary, you will learn
- How “work fit” describes an employee’s alignment with an employer,
- What strategies will help you measure the six forms of work fit – “meaning fit,” “job fit,” “culture fit,” “relationship fit,” “lifestyle fit” and “financial fit” – to assess your job fit, and
- How employers can hire wisely and encourage retention by helping employees achieve a good work fit.
About the Authors
Cammie Dunaway is a brand builder with experience at major corporations. Moe Carrick is the principal and founder of Moementum Inc., a consulting firm.
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