It’s not enough to hire someone with the right skill set. You want to hire the right personality — for your company and the job. In this My Crazy Office episode, Kathi and Katherine discuss why personality, in the form of work ethic, professional behavior, and interpersonal skills, is what employers really pay for.
Kathi and Katherine talk about growth on this week’s My Crazy Office Overtime show.
How do you keep growing professionally and personally?
Listen to this week’s podcast here.
Kathi and Katherine discuss self-employment on this episode of the My Crazy Office podcast.
First, we give advice about how to start your own business.
Then we talk about how to transition from freelance work to working with a business.
Kathi and Katherine answer questions about honesty at work on this episode of the My Crazy Office podcast.
First, we give advice about what a manager should do when they discover an employee lied on their resume.
Then we discuss how find out if a potential employee will ‘stretch the truth’ – when necessary.
Comedian and cuddle expert Mike Fine joins Kathi and Katherine to discuss first job experiences on this episode of the My Crazy Office podcast!
We give advice about how a new graduate should deal with their first job.
Then we discuss our own first job experiences.
Kathi and Katherine discuss visibility on this episode of the My Crazy Office podcast.
First give advice about how to be less visible and outspoken in workplace meetings.
Next, we talk about how to be more visible and not overshadowed by your colleagues.
Kathi and Katherine focus on job interviews on this episode of the My Crazy Office podcast.
We first discuss how to prepare for a job interview.
Next, we consider what a manager should look for when hiring the best candidate for a new position.
Kathi and Katherine focus on equity and in inequity in the workplace on this episode of the My Crazy Office podcast.
First, we talk about Gravity Payments CEO, Dan Price and his innovative $70,000 wage proposal.
Next, we discuss what to do when you discover a new employee makes more money than you do.