BY THOMAS D. SHARTS
Sometimes, the best possible candidates to assume new or existing positions in your business are found within your current workforce. Not only does this mother lode of an opportunity eliminate many hours related to training new employees, but your current workers also have an existing understanding of how your business works, what are its needs and what is the mission culture of the business. In light of these facts, let’s examine some behavioral skills that employers might consider when assessing viable current employees who might be highly qualified for a work-related promotion . . .