For companies to thrive, they must find employees with the right skills to handle the work that needs to be done at any given point in time, writes Jeff Hoffman, co-founder of ColorJar. Avoid the temptation to create specialized positions that match employees' skills without supporting business objectives, he writes. Good employees whose skill sets have become outdated as the company has grown should either be retrained or released.
Employees' responsibilities should support company goals
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