People (esp. managers) love to focus on tasks above all else

The answer to the question posed in this tweet is “Managers are focused on tasks” and/or “Executives are focused on growth and revenue.” That’s why stuff like “retention” and “hiring,” which should be important, fall completely by the wayside — or, as is often the case with recruiting, they become about tasks instead of about longer-term strategy, which ends up being OK because most…

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