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Productivity in the Workplace Starts With the Right People

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For any company to have effective productivity in the workplace it all boils down to the people hired. Choosing the right people for the job is always a plus for the organization.

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Well Being, and Peak Human Performance.

Creating productivity in the workplace takes a lot of time and effort. It is easier to tear things down than to build them up. You will find that having the right employees can make your life easier. This all starts in the interview room.

Be Specific

When you are interviewing people make sure you state exactly what you expect from them. This way they can see whether they will be interested in the job or not. It’s good to ask if they know any background information about the company. If you see that they have done some research, then they are probably a good candidate for the position and will add to the productivity of the workplace.

A Bit of Testing

During the interview, it’s good to test people. Give them a scenario about a problem that needs solving in the company. For example, if they come across a difficult work mate in the company, what would they do?

When you have found the right candidate for the post, make sure you pay them well and treat them nicely. Talk with them occasionally to see how they are coping and whether they are getting along with the other employees. This way they will want to work for the company whole-heartedly and this will insure productivity in the workplace.

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