The Type of Employee That Robert Deignan Values


One thing Robert Deignan has learned over his years of being a business owner is that there are certain types of employees that are best for business. Then there are the types of employees that are going to cause a lot of problems. He has admitted that he has made some wrong choices when it comes to hiring people. The truth is that there are many different types of employees that come to work for a company. Different types of employees are appreciated at different types of companies. In Robert Deignan’s case, he likes the employee that is going to work very hard and keep the interest of the company in his mind.

 

The type of employee that is very beneficial to the company that Robert Deignan is running is the employee who is going to put in every bit of effort in making sure that his part in the company is done. He has a great work ethic which includes showing up on time and getting as much of the task done as possible. He is also willing to put in a bit of extra time in the case that there is something that needs to be done that may take him beyond his time at work.

 

The type of employees that have caused problems with Robert Deignan are those that walk around with an air of superiority. They are also the ones who are not respectful of time. Then there are those that bark orders at people with no willingness to do their own work. One thing that this does is cause the culture to be a little bit uncomfortable. Robert Deignan addresses the problem by having the problem employee removed. If the problem persists, this can result in some of the people that are good for the culture leaving the company.

 

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Shervin Pishevar says U.S. needs to make tough choices, cut fat


Shervin Pishevar is one of the most successful venture capitalists in the United States today. After having founded some of the most impressive companies in the tech sector, including Ionside, WebOS and Social Gaming Network, Shervin Pishevar went on to diversify into running his own investment fund. Known as Sherpa Capital, the organization has funded the initial growth of companies ranging from Uber to Virgin Hyperloop.

On his spare time, Shervin Pishevar also runs one of the most-followed Twitter feeds of anyone in the tech sector. With more than 100,000 followers, Shervin Pishevar has the attention of some of the most important figures in tech and business. Recently, he engaged in a nearly 24-hour tweet storm in which he explained his positions on a wide range of topics.

A major theme that coursed through the talking points in all of the tweets is Pishevar’s view that the United States in becoming less competitive across virtually every realm. He says that the country, as a whole, is going to eventually face a reckoning. It will either need to start trimming fat, doing away with its massive entitlement spending and, more broadly, the general sense of entitlement that is seemingly felt by so many of its citizens, particularly those who are not productive members of the private sector. Pishevar says that the United States has been enabling entire sectors to continue that would quickly collapse were they subjected to market forces.

And far from pointing the finger at disadvantaged and poor groups, Pishevar says that one of the biggest problems is the idle rich. Pishevar points to the medical industry in the United States, which currently consumes more than five times what it did in the 1970s as a percentage of GDP. He says that most of the increase in costs is effectively due to monopoly rents. This, he says, is completely unsustainable. The continued siphoning of productive capital into the pockets of monopolists and rent seekers, says Pishevar, could eventually cause the entire unstable edifice of the U.S. economy to collapse on itself. He hopes that a more orderly means of resetting the economy can be found.