HIRING TEAMS: STOP SELLING MANAGEMENT AND START SELLING GROWTH

| October 7, 2018

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You've finally found the ideal candidate. She has the required three to five years of experience. She has the expertise in technology that your team needs. And she's a hard worker she got her MBA at night while working full time at her last company. Now you need to convince her to join your organization, so you tell her about the amazing benefits and the cold brew machine in the kitchen. And then, if you're like many hiring managers, you tell her some version of the following: If you do well here, you'll get promoted to a management role in less than a year.

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Mountain States Employers Council

What Is Mountain States Employers Council? A non-profit membership organization, founded in 1939, designed to partner with employers to maintain effective employer/employee relationships. A "one-stop shopping" resource for members in the areas of human resource management, employment law, surveys and training. A service organization with a staff of over 160, whose mission it is to help build effective, successful employers. A clearinghouse of information and services where members receive consultation, direct assistance and representation in the complex human resource and employment law issues facing their businesses. An organization of more than 3,000 members that includes a wide cross-section of industries and both large and small employers, public and private. A community resource governed by a 30-member board of top business leaders. MSEC is based in Denver, Colorado, with additional offices in Colorado Springs, Fort Collins and Phoenix, Arizona.

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