In this video, Matt Lloyd is speaking with one of the diamond consultant at Platinum Mastermind at Spain. This MOBE consultant has generated over $60,000 in commissions from promoting MOBE‘s high ticket products.
In this video, Matt explains that how he recruits and retain staff for his business? MOBE has over 170 people staff out of which aroun 30 people are at their home office in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia while rest of the staff is the virtual staff. MOBE has 6 people in HR division. MOBE puts advertising on LinkedIn for new skills.
What they do is they hire someone for first 3 months and during that time if they feel that its worth to continue that person in the MOBE, they will continue him or her. Else they will find for another person for the same position.
10 Hiring Tips for Your Small Business
Hiring is one of the most important things an entrepreneur will do to grow her company. For a small business, each new hire has a tremendous impact and influences the company’s culture far more than a new hire at a 200- or 500-person company. The stakes are high, so you need to ensure that each of your new hires is a passionate, engaged and committed team player.
1. Be Clear About the Role
2. Fish Where the Fish Are
3. Offer Flexibility
4. Show Off Your Company Culture, Make Values Clear
5. Always Be Hiring (or Thinking About Hiring)
6. Don’t Settle
7. Recruit Your Team to Help Recruit
8. Remember to Impress The Candidate
9. Don’t Be Afraid to Take ‘Em for a Test Drive
10. Remember to Onboard Via mashable.com
Over the years MOBE has also hired their own customers (Platinum & Diamond Members) in their business. One of the reason why hiring the MOBE affiliate partners as a staff members is because they have themselves achieved the results by selling MOBE products. And this makes them real asset for the overall MOBE business.
12 tips for small-business hiring
1. Define the position. Exactly what is the job? What skills does it require? Too many times, when a small-business owner hires, he expects the new employee to shoulder everything that isn’t being done currently, says Joe Kennedy, author of “The Small Business Owners Manual.” And that can be everything from keeping the books to making the coffee.
2. Can you fill the need another way? Unlike large businesses, which are bogged down with policies and procedures, small businesses are free to look at less traditional solutions, says Fred Steingold, a Chicago-based attorney and the author of “Hiring Your First Employee.” If you need help around the office, do you want to hire someone outright or go through a temp agency for a while? While a temp will cost more, the arrangement lets you “try out” the employee without paperwork or commitments. read more at bankrate.com
In short, if you hire the real talented people in your business, You can take it to the next level very fast. On the other hand hiring people who are not real worth it can break your business.