Imagine saying this to your employees:

I don’t just expect you to get the work done better…I expect you to be brilliant. I want you to come in every day, giving everything you’ve got. Knowing that at any time, you may be asked to leave. Because we won’t need your skills and talents anymore, or because we’re replacing you with someone more skilled and more talented.

This speech may seem like a way to destroy a company rather than build it. Especially today, as HR struggles with talent shortages and focuses on positive company cultures.

However, as counterintuitive as this approach seems at first, this could be HR’s new formula for success. This same contrarian approach helped build, and continues to propel, Netflix’s dominance in the video streaming market.

Read full article: Is Netflix’s Successful Workforce Model Right for You?