Kris Dunn talks PURE GOLD: When Employees Create T-Shirts That Identify Them as “At Risk”

Kris Dunn Kris Dunn, Worldwide FOT

“It’s always the employees who are brave enough to leave you most want to keep.”Screen Shot 2014-09-17 at 8.45.24 AM

What about the ones who would wear a tasteful t-shirt stating their intentions/psychological state to their co-workers?

Yeah—I’d probably want to keep them even more…

But I digress… Got this note from a guy named Brandon Jameson this week:

“My “Flight Risk” T-shirt <> was inspired by the designation of an employee poised to leave a company. I embraced this idea to be worn with confidence by people looking for something better and am looking to share the shirt with a broader audience. I thought there might be a place for it on or another of your online properties.”

The t-shirt embedded to the right is the shirt.  Gotta say, that’s nice.

Here’s more about Brandon:

Read the whole post over at Kris Dunn’s The HR Capitalist (an FOT contributor blog).