Trump’s Revolving Door May Hit Him in the Behind

Former Secretary of State Rex TillersonIt does not speak well when an employer fires multiple employees who were handpicked for their positions. In the past year, President Donald Trump has fired a long list of high-ranking appointees, including Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, advisor (and reality TV star) Omarosa Manigault, Chief Strategist Steve Bannon, FBI Director James Comey, numerous members of Trump’s White House communication’s staff, etc. Employers are  at least partly responsible when an employee does not succeed in a job.  It means the employer made a poor business decision, wasting valuable resources – in this case, taxpayer dollars.  Repeatedly making poor hiring decisions invites distracting turmoil in an organization that erodes the employer’s success. Some of the turnover in the White House may be because President Trump is not an experienced politician or part of the Washington establishment. Still, he holds himself out…

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