The popularity of the Social Entrepreneurship movement is at an all time high but there's little available research or proof that it's actually profitable and sustainable. Generations of workers have all wanted to have their cake and eat it too which is the common perception of the social entrepreneur. I get it. Who wouldn't wanna do well by doing good? Who wouldn't want to impact the very people and communities that mean the world to them and earn a great living while doing so?
One bad apple can disrupt a work environment and wreak havoc on communication, trust, and collegial relationships -- not to mention productivity. Protecting your team with a "No Jerks" hiring policy is smart and goes a long way to cultivating and preserving a harmonious and high functioning workplace.
After years of summer drama camps, acting workshops, and children's theater performances, you finally faced your first major audition yesterday. You were going for the role of Scout in To Kill a Mockingbird, and you arrived at the audition to find that 25 other girls all wanted the part as much as you did.