Bosses should try getting the old gang together again

05/1/2013 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Leadership

Want a great workforce? Ask your existing workers to name the best colleagues they've ever had, then track them down and hire them, advises Amber Case of Esri R&D Center -- Portland. "It helps avoid issues with work culture and conflict. You have people who are so excited because they get to work with the friends again," she says.

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