Where Can I Find Employees

Where Can I Find Employees

Where Can I Find Employees

Recently Kersten Kloss from Refreshed IT and I had the chance to interview Gregg Fairbrothers. Gregg is veteran entrepreneur and he recently wrote the book “From Idea to Success”. We spoke about numerous topics on being an entrepreneur, including Where Can I Find Employees.

During our interview, Gregg discussed may different aspects of what it takes to be an entrepreneur and how to go from the idea phase right through the entire life of a business.

In this segment, Gregg discusses the concept of Where Can I Find Employees.

Here is what you will see in this video on Where Can I Find Employees:

  1. Different places to find employees or team members
  2. What to look for in a team member
  3. Why the stage of the business is important

Where Can I Find Employees:

Can pick up From Idea to Success: The Dartmouth Entrepreneurial Network Guide for Start-UpsWhere Can I Find Employees by clicking on this link.

You can find out more on Gregg Fairbrothers here for his education profile or here for his personal website.

If you like what you see here, then you can see the complete interview with Gregg Fairbrothers at Netcast Event.

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