The people involved in the farm are a major part of the culture that's developed. Being intentional about shaping that culture begins with whom you hire, how they're trained, and how well they understand their impact on the operation's success. That's why we recommend a carefully crafted employee strategy to help sustain the proper culture on the farm.
Darren Frye explains, in his newest Finance First post, the things you'll want to consider when building your human resources plan and employee strategy to help you recruit, hire and retain the right people. These are the ones who will help foster the culture you've developed on your farm, making your operation more efficient and contributing to its overall success.
You can read Darren's post over at FarmFutures.com.