Episode 17 | Hiring Employees During The Great Resignation: An Interview With Natasha O’Banion
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Are you struggling to hire employees in your pet business?
Did you know that, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, over 47 million Americans have voluntarily quit their jobs recently? It’s being called the Great Resignation, and it’s changing everything about the workforce, how we hire, and how we should determine our business structures further down the road.
On today’s episode, I got to speak with Natasha O’Banion, founder of Automated CEO.
Natasha is all about automating your businesses so that it can run like clockwork without you, the CEO, actually present. Besides that, she has some amazing insight on how she hires within her own business, how she got into coaching, and how you can hire and retain employees that are a good fit for your business– even during the Great Resignation.
Listen in to learn:
- How to reshift your mindset about hiring and incentive your employees to want to stay (and grow) with you.
- Why having pet industry experience doesn’t have to be a requirement for your employees.
- How community presence and outreach can help you hire the right people.
- What “knockout” questions are, and how they’ll help you easily screen applicants before considering them!
I know hiring is a common theme amongst our Pet Bosses, so get ready to take lots of notes!
More about our guest and where to find her:
Natasha O’Banion is the founder of Automated CEO, a systems, sales and leadership training agency. Automated CEO helps business owners structure the front and backend of their business so it runs successfully with your team and without you. Natasha has 20 years of collective experience across the automotive and pet industries, and she shares herStart Scale Sail®️ framework with both product and service based businesses looking to step into a true CEO seat.
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