Welcome to Community Conversations! In this ongoing series, host Leslie Barber sits down with small business owners to talk about what’s great and what’s tough about working for yourself. You’ll hear loads of ideas, insights and inspiration. We invite you to sit back, listen and learn!
Here’s what you’ll find in this episode of Community Conversations ...
Michael Bush, CEO of Great Place to Work, shares his best practices for hiring. Remember, says Michael, finding someone who is technically proficient may be a lot less important than bringing in someone who gels with your business values and your business culture.
Romy Taormina is CEO of Psi Health Solutions, Inc. and inventor of fashionable wristbands proven to relieve nausea. Romy believes it takes village to run a successful business, which makes hiring the right people critically important. She says finding a good fit is way more likely when you ask prospective employees lots of probing questions.
Want more from Michael and Romy? You’ll find it right here in QB Community:
I’m an independent content producer and have been self-employed most of my adult life. I love helping others who dare to do the same. Managing our QB Community lets me spend time in a positive, supportive place where members come together to learn, share and do better in business. Thanks for joining me in our community!