Hiring Hint from Mel Kleiman : Walk Your Talk 100% of the
discourages and disgusts employees more than supervisors
who say one thing and do another, so don't make any promises
you don't intend to keep.
example, saying, "My door is always open" then
making yourself unavailable when employees need to talk
with you sends the kind of mixed message that can drive
people nuts-and out the door to work for your competitor.
often, employers forget that employees represent more than
a one-time sale. You chose these people to work for your
company, so treat them well 100% of the time. Your employees
can refer future candidates or they can scare them away.
The route they takes depends on how you treat them.
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