Best 50 Famous HR Quotes by Famous peoples in the world, with Photos of famous people, so must know him by face.

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1 "Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life." -Confucius
1 “You Need To Have A Collaborative Hiring Process.” -Steve Jobs, Apple
2 “Human Resources Isn’t A Thing We Do. It’s The Thing That Runs Our Business.” -Steve Wynn, Wynn Las Vegas
3 “The Key For Us, Number One, Has Always Been Hiring Very Smart People.”-Bill Gates, Microsoft
4 “You Can’t Teach Employees To Smile. They Have To Smile Before You Hire Them.”-Arte Nathan, Wynn Las Vegas
5 “Great Vision Without Great People Is Irrelevant.” -Jim Collins, Good To Great
6 “Never Hire Someone Who Knows Less Than You Do About What He’s Hired To Do.” -Malcolm Forbes, Forbes
7 “When Hiring Key Employees, There Are Only Two Qualities To Look For: Judgement And Taste. Almost Everything Else Can Be Bought By The Yard.” -John W. Gardner
8 “Recently, I Was Asked If I Was Going To Fire An Employee Who Made A Mistake That Cost The Company $600,000. No, I Replied, I Just Spent $600,000 Training Him. Why Would I Want Somebody To Hire His Experience?” -Thomas John Watson Sr., IBM
9 “It’s More Than Just Selling Pizzas. It’s Being A Good Fit For The Community. We Hire Based On The Betterment Of The Community As Much As Anything.” -Mark Starr, David’s Pizza.
10 “If You Think Hiring Professionals Is Expensive, Try Hiring Amateurs” -Anonymous
11 “There Are Few, If Any, Jobs In Which Ability Alone Is Sufficient. Needed, Also, Are Loyalty, Sincerity, Enthusiasm And Team Play.” -William B. Given, Jr.
12 “When People Go To Work, They Shouldn’t Have To Leave Their Hearts At Home.” -Betty Bender
13 “Time Spent On Hiring Is Time Well Spent.” -Robert Half
14 “One Machine Can Do The Work Of Fifty Ordinary Men. No Machine Can Do The Work Of One Extraordinary Man.” -Elbert Hubbard
15 “To Find Joy In Work Is To Discover The Fountain Of Youth.” -Pearl S. Buck
16 “You Cannot Push Anyone Up The Ladder Unless He Is Willing To Climb.” -Andrew Carnegie
17 “One Of The Symptoms Of An Approaching Nervous Breakdown Is The Belief That One’s Work Is Terribly Important.” -Bertrand Russell
18 “I Hire People Brighter Than Me And Then I Get Out Of Their Way” -Lee Iacocca, Ford
19 “You Can Have The Best Strategy And The Best Building In The World, But If You Don’t Have The Hearts And Minds Of The People Who Work With You, None Of It Comes To Life.” -Renee West, Luxor And Excalibur Hotel
20 “So Much Of What We Call Management Consists In Making It Difficult For People To Work.” -Peter Drucker
21 “I Am Convinced That Nothing We Do Is More Important Than Hiring And Developing People. At The End Of The Day You Bet On People, Not On Strategies.” -Lawrence Bossidy, Ge
22 “Opportunity Is Missed By Most People Because It Is Dressed In Overalls And Looks Like Work.” -Thomas A. Edison
23 “Do Not Hire A Man Who Does Your Work For Money, But Him Who Does It For The Love Of It.” -Henry David Thoreau, Life Without Principle
24 “Management Is Nothing More Than Motivating Other People.” -Lee Iacocca, Ford
25 "I Believe In The Adage: Hire People Smarter Than You And Get Out Of Their Way" -Howard Schultz, Ceo Of Coffee Chain Starbucks (1994)
26 ”Nothing Is Really Work Unless You Would Rather Be Doing Something Else.” -James M. Barrie
27 “Real Success Is Finding Your Lifework In The Work That You Love.” -David Mccullough
28 “Going To Work For A Large Company Is Like Getting On A Train. Are You Going Sixty Miles An Hour Or Is The Train Going Sixty Miles An Hour And You’re Just Sitting Still?” -J. Paul Getty
29 ”When Your Work Speaks For Itself, Don’t Interrupt.” -Henry J. Kaiser
30 “The World Is Full Of Willing People, Some Willing To Work, The Rest Willing To Let Them.” -Robert Frost
31 “Far And Away The Best Prize That Life Offers Is The Chance To Work Hard At Work Worth Doing.” -Theodore Roosevelt
32 “In Order That People May Be Happy In Their Work, These Three Things Are Needed: They Must Be Fit For It. They Must Not Do Too Much Of It. And They Must Have A Sense Of Success In It.” -John Ruskin
33 “People Might Not Get All They Work For In This World, But They Must Certainly Work For All They Get.” -Frederick Douglass
34 “Success In Business Requires Training And Discipline And Hard Work. But If You’re Not Frightened By These Things, The Opportunities Are Just As Great Today As They Ever Were.” -David Rockefeller
35 ”The Important Work Of Moving The World Forward Does Not Wait To Be Done By Perfect Men.” –George Eliot
36 “Whenever It Is In Any Way Possible, Every Boy And Girl Should Choose As His Life Work Some Occupation Which He Should Like To Do Anyhow, Even If He Did Not Need The Money.” -William Lyon Phelps
37 ”You’ve Achieved Success In Your Field When You Don’t Know Whether What You’re Doing Is Work Or Play.” -Warren Beatty
38 “The Test Of The Artist Does Not Lie In The Will With Which He Goes To Work, But In The Excellence Of The Work He Produces.” -Thomas Aquinas
39 “The Secret Of Joy In Work Is Contained In One Word – Excellence. To Know How To Do Something Well Is To Enjoy It.” -Pearl S. Buck
40 ”Plans Are Only Good Intentions Unless They Immediately Degenerate Into Hard Work.” -Peter Drucker
41 ”I’m A Great Believer In Luck, And I Find The Harder I Work The More I Have Of It.” -Thomas Jefferson
42 “The More I Want To Get Something Done, The Less I Call It Work.” -Richard Bach
43 "Being Busy Does Not Always Mean Real Work. The Object Of All Work Is Production Or Accomplishment And To Either Of These Ends There Must Be Forethought, System, Planning, Intelligence, And Honest Purpose, As Well As Perspiration. Seeming To Do Is Not Doing." -Thomas A. Edison
50 "Do not hire a man who does your work for money, but him who does it for the love of it.” - Henry David Thoreau, “Life without Principle" -Steve Jobs, Apple



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