Posts Tagged ‘employment contracts’
Even The Economist´s Schumpeter column is reporting and marginally supporting the idea of freelancing, especially for interim CEOs who are normally very expensive to get rid of (and most of whom don’t work out). The article points out that the hiring process for CEOs is ‘hopelessly inefficient’ yet ends with the old adage that The most […]
We have a recruitment interview Breakdown – 86% of interviews fail to pick the right person for the job.
According to a Michigan State University study on predictors of performance,
Some 90 per cent of hiring decisions are made as the result of the interview, but interviewing is only 14 per cent accurate…
Okay – here is a radical business strategy for entrepreneurs that some of you won’t like – and that is that you should not employ anyone. Please, if you disagree, please don’t switch off but take a moment to think about the argument… you can always respond below…
Work with people on a freelance and contractual basis – yes, absolutely, you simply must. You can even have an office or a factory if you must, but never sign a standard UK or European employment contract.