While looking over career listings on a company website, I saw a disclaimer which read "something" like this..
"Company XYZ promotes and believes in diversity and it is reflected in our hiring!"
Why don't companies start having a policy which reads something like this?
"Company XYZ believes and promotes hiring for profitability. We hire any candidate who can help our company become wildly profitable and successful! If you have the ability to increase our bottom line and can make XYZ gobs of money, we want to talk to you today!"
Companies which are profitable:
- Pay their employees
- Make money for their investors and shareholders.
- Pay their bills on time (vendors love this!).
- Pay their taxes.
- Do not lay off employees.
- Do not go out of business.
To be a profitable company, it has to make money. And making money takes profit minded people.
When will companies make profitability Job One?
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