If you do a few simple things and stick to a tried and tested formula, your chances of becoming a place where people really want to work are excellent
by GARY MAWHINEY
Have you ever wondered why your neighbour never seems to have any trouble finding good, reliable workers? Or why he never has much employee turnover and, even in a tight labour market, always has a large number of applicants for any position he has to offer?
Perhaps you are living next to an employer of choice, someone who can best be described as a farmer (employer) whom everybody wants to work for and will do just about anything to get a job on that farm.