High-Class Problems

“Times have changed, Greg,” Simon said, as he passed by Greg's office.

“How so?” Greg asked, as Simon came in and sat down.

“Last week we advertised three positions and got seven hundred applications. Seventy-five percent of them were related to or referred by our employees,” Simon explained.

“I know. This morning, I was speaking to Sean and he told me that at the end of almost every Dream Session, the employee asks him if there are any jobs available. They say, 'I've got a brother…an aunt…a friend…'”

This is a good problem to have, Greg thought to himself. He could remember the not-so-good old days.

Simon continued, “Yeah, you know Sean has come up with a name for this specific type of problem.”

“What is it?”

“He calls them high-class problems.”

“I like that. Some people have real problems. Just ask our competition,” Greg said with his signature grin.

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