You’ve prepared for the multitude of questions an interviewer will ask: “Why do you want this job?” “What would past employers say about you?” “Where do you see yourself in five years?” No problem, you’ve got all the answers ready. But another vitally important part of the interviewing process are the questions that you ask.
Losing your top talent impacts productivity, forcing you to recruit and train someone new. It also means that a top performer will join your competition. When the market is strong, employees look around — even the seasoned and loyal. Roughly one in four employees, plan to look for a new position, this year. What are