One of the most important things to remember when running a business is that it's not always about what you say, but what you don't say. This is especially true when it comes to talking about your competition. In today's business world, it's all about creating value for your employees and customers. And while competition is a prominent characteristic of business, it can also lead to companies devaluing their products and services. The reality is that competition can be a good thing, but only if you're doing it right.
It was 2009 when Jeet and four other founders took the initiative to start something more than just a business. They embraced the commitment to build a platform for “Creating Abundance” and to show up powerfully in life. From that, In Time Tec was born.
For In Time Tec, Offsite meetings are one of the best possible ways to inspire employees. These meetings are conducted away from the working environment at a different location and provide a space for employees to share their story and build meaningful relationships. Although difficult to understand, In Time Tec has always succeeded in hosting an Offsite because it inspires people to create possibilities for themselves and build long-lasting connections that contribute to the work place.
Treasure Valley, an Idaho area that stretches from Ontario all the way to Middleton, covers many cities. First discovered in the 1800s, the valley got its designation from a businessman who felt that the area needed a name that encapsulates the resources and opportunities the area offers. Several businesses have capitalized on the unique benefits Idaho offers to widespread success and fame.
In Time Tec is hiring at an impressive speed. Last year alone, we added over 200 members to our team — so many that we had to find additional office space! With all this hiring, our recruiters meet hundreds of candidates a month, both in the US and in India. So what exactly do we look for when we are interviewing potential employees?
Hiring is a stressful process. Employees want to find their dream job, while employers aim to hire the best person for the job. Tech teams, in particular, present a unique challenge, as hiring presents a narrower field of candidates. With all that in mind, how do you find the best person for the job?
Company growth is a good thing. It helps establish a stronger brand identity, makes it easier to acquire certain assets, expands opportunities, and drives business performance and profits. Growth does, however, stop being a good thing when you can’t keep up with it. In fact, it is detrimental to a company’s success when this happens. And outgrowing business processes and business infrastructure happens more often than you may think. For this reason, it is important to have procedures in place before you get to the point of outgrowing yourself.
Adapted from "Discover Yourself as a Leader"