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The Hiring Pipeline

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April 13, 2020

The Hiring Pipeline

"You don't build a business, – you build people – and then the people build the business." ~ Zig Ziglar

As some of you know, I work with six other brothers at our pasture-based farm, Seven Sons. We direct market pasture-raised meats and eventually, our business outgrew the family and we began hiring our first team members.

At the time this post was written, there are about 30 staff members on payroll and as we approached that number we found ourselves spending a painful amount of time with recruiting and hiring help.

There's advertising on job boards, applicant tracking, reviewing resumes, and finally interviewing. Not to mention the long process of onboarding & training

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