Plenty of people daydream about skipping work. One man in Spain went a few steps further. He didn’t turn up to work for SIX WHOLE YEARS. And, somehow, no one noticed!
A question that I’ll ask my students in “Selective Hiring” goes something like this, “Given that the two candidates are equal in every way except one: one is coming off a tremendous win (a peak work experience) and the other is coming off a major failure (a valley work experience) which one do you hire?”
Employees pay attention to behaviors, not words
Here’s probably the easiest place to begin on the concept of employee turnover: most people who run companies (i.e. decision-makers) don’t really give much of a crap about it. How do we know this?
Conflict moves teams forward rather than backfire