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Most Employees Want the Same Thing Employers Want
it's easy to forget that most employees want
the same things employers want — a long term, mutually
beneficial relationship. As part of TCA's search process, we ask all candidates why they want to leave their current employer.
The overwhelming response is “no room for growth
and no potential for advancement.”
Employees want to be productive and
appreciated; this happens when they are given significant
challenges and growth opportunities.
In a recent example, a client was in desperate need of a Quality
Manager. We found a qualified candidate. They hired him and
felt he was a perfect match for their needs. Unfortunately, a week
after they hired him, their Quality Supervisor, who had been with
the company for several years, gave her notice. She felt she was
never going to be anything more than a supervisor with the company.
Since the HR Manager and TCA had a very good business relationship,
we discussed the situation and decided to offer her a training schedule
and promotion plan that would lead to an Assistant Quality Manager
position. This employee withdrew her resignation and is now on a career path that she feels will
afford many growth opportunities. The company retained her valuable
contributions and demonstrated their commitment by investing in
Prepare today for tomorrow’s human resource requirements.
Look now, and begin the process of developing your future leadership
and technical skill sets.