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I am sure you found a few.
I am sure you found some.
Keep your eyes and ears open for the talent. Learned this at KW.
Let people know you're looking.
In your daily interactions keep an eye open for talent.
Since you've provide no data indicating the purpose of your brokerage, one must rely on assumptions. You are in it for the MONEY!
Your question does not distinguish if the quality employees are clerical staff or those individuals who will engage buyers and seller and oversee a transaction to the closing table.
If you refer to the latter as employees, to be honest, I can not think or even remember a quality employee / experienced agent who would want to work for you as an employee.
If you are looking for the former, the local library will be populated with citizens who have extensive work experience and who will show up on time and follow clear instructions.
As a broker looking to build a enterprise, you need to give thought to those with whom you have a mutually aligned interest. What do you offer that has any hope of attracting a quality agent? Access to a specialized market? Skills in providing solutions to owners in specific situations? Leverage creating advantage over 'corporate' run franchises? Elevating the agent skills to that of transaction architect? Education regarding the 20 ways to fiance a purchase or the 12+ methods of selling real estate?
So, what do you have? If you don't have real fabric, you are left with promising $$$ and a big smile and firm handshake.