You are not a perfect boss, and you don’t run a perfect company.
It may be your baby, and you would like to think it’s perfect (just as all parents believe their babies are the most beautiful baby ever), but the reality is, your company is just average. There are good things and bad things. Maybe it’s slightly above average, maybe slightly below. But the chances of your company being in the top 10 percent of companies to work for are pretty slim.
And yet, when you hire, do you look for the perfect person? The person who checks all the boxes? After all, you want only the most qualified people working for you. And as such, are you struggling to fill your positions? (If you’re not, then feel free to disregard the rest.)
What if you chilled out a little and started looking at people who did not check all the boxes?
To keep reading, click here: Why You Should Hire “Unqualified” Candidates