…today’s secret…comparing ant behavior.

Are you committed to helping unemployed marginalized populations become employed?

If so, it’s easier said than done. Got it.

Think about this. Each day worker ants wander in our yards and forage among the grass for food…without being asked.

Scale their world to our world and we would be forgaging for food in grass 600 feet high that covers 1,156 square miles.

After all, we are 1,800 times taller than them.

How do they do what they do with no telepathy, GPS, or bosses?

Answer. When they find food they leave a scent on their way back to the colony which allows them to return to the food they found.

Thankfully, employers hiring marginalized populations don’t expect
their hires to be like these worker ants.

Yet, employers agreeing to hire marginalized populations would like to know some things about them to lessen their risk of hiring them.

We’ve identified 19 work related questions employers would like to ask about the marginalized person they are considering.

Here’s four…

“Will they show up for work?”
“Can they follow directions?”
“Are they trainable?”
“Are they safety conscious?”

Knowing these 19 questions may give you a leg up in refining your value proposition and developing your sales strategy.

Reply to this e-mail and I’ll send you the other 15 questions. No further
committment. Promise.

Right Time’s PAS® adds the voice of your marginalized participant to your
intervention which means you can improve your decision making, achieve quicker rapport, gain marketplace advantage, and, maybe, increase your funding.

And yup, the PAS® can answer all 19 questions with a simple yes or no! How about it? A simple yes or no for only $4? Whoo Boy!