Archive for August, 2014

Retaining Chinese Employees by Flexible Hours

Retaining Chinese Employees is not easy. Our research shows that Chinese white collar workers are changing jobs every 2.0 years. Employing great leadership is one great way of retaining Chinese employees.  This blog has a lot of posts on the leadership category to build leaders. However, keeping great leadership and the managers under them is […]

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Posted in: China, China Recruitment - Getting Good People, Motivating Workers

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Third Party Hiring Can Bring You China Business Success

China business success does not have to be like pulling teeth. Ford won when their President and CEO Bill Ford surrendered to seeking an outside placement to solve his woes. Alan Mulally from Boeing was a true outsider and that is what saved Ford while the others went bankrupt. Now Ford is doing great and […]

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Posted in: China, China Recruitment - Getting Good People, Culture Development, Decision Making, Leadership

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How Do You Treat Chinese Executive Search Candidates at Your Company?

Are Chinese Executive Search Candidates human too?  Many company owners think so, but their Chinese staff may not. Chinese Executive Search Candidates Must be Recruited All the Time A fast growing company needs someone of very special skill and experience and attitude to take them to the next level. The International President & CEO is […]

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Posted in: Candidate Experience, China, China Recruitment - Getting Good People, Leadership

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People Might Not Be Your Greatest Asset in China

Your greatest asset in China may not be your people.  That might be strange to hear from a guy with such a strong emphasis on leadership.  Great leaders and the highly motivated workers who follow them are your greatest asset.  Tom Deierlein at LinkedIn quoted Gallup to say: Only 30% of working population today admits […]

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Posted in: China Recruitment - Getting Good People, Leadership

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