Your Definition of a Dependable Employee is All Wrong

The Growing Your Team Podcast Episode 120

If you’re like most business owners, you want dependable employees on your team. But what is the proper definition of a dependable employee?

After asking many candidates what being dependable at work means to them, one thing is clear. We are defining what it means to be a dependable employee all wrong. As a result, you’re getting workers who are likely to show up to work every day, but they are not the top performers you desire.

Listen and learn what it truly means to be a dependable worker and how you are hurting your business when you look for the wrong kind of dependable employees.

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Where could your business go with a strong team of support to help get you there?

Imagine what goals you could achieve, the time you could save, clients and customers you could serve, and the revenue growth that could happen with the right people surrounding you in your business.

Can you see it?

While you might be able to imagine it, you might not be confident about the steps you need to take to get there. 

At Growing Your Team, we can help. Schedule your free Jump-Start Consultation today.

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Definition of a Dependable Employee, Growing Your Team Podcast, Jamie Van Cuyk, Small Business