Experienced leaders are always leaving the workforce.
That’s true of Baby Boomers now. And new data from Indeed.com shows that small businesses are having a hard time filling the vacancies these retiring Boomers are creating.
Hardest to Fill SMB Jobs
Indeed has created a list of the top 10 hardest jobs for small businesses to fill. And the theme is clear. Jobs that require some experience and the wisdom gained from experience are staying empty at small businesses. That, or they’re being filled by the wrong person.
The most difficult job to fill for small businesses is a Road Manager. Director of Case Management was the second most difficult to fill. Mergers and Acquisitions Managers, Sales Advisors, Crisis Counselors, and Enrollment Specialists also made the top 10 at Indeed.
All these jobs tend to have at least one thing in common. A small business can’t afford to have someone inexperienced in these roles.
“Small businesses can have a difficult time finding employees to fill specialized jobs,” says Paul Wolfe, Indeed senior vice president and head of HR for the job site.
Training is Essential
Check out the current makeup of your team. Are your leaders nearing retirement?
If they left tomorrow, would your small business be in trouble? Who would be in charge?
If the jobs identified here match ones at your company, and you don’t have a leader in waiting,
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