Hiring a new employee for your business can be difficult and time-consuming. Not only should candidates meet your company’s professional qualifications, but he or she should also be dedicated, hardworking and, most importantly, trustworthy.
Team members interact with your customers daily and represent management when management can’t be there. Your relationships with customers, therefore, are only as good as the people interfacing with them on a day-to-day basis.
Whether you work in retail, finance or construction, by trusting, empowering and respecting your employees, you maintain not only that relationship with your team member, but also the relationships with your clients.
– Haley Barton, The Atlanta 100