How to Become an Employer of Choice

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Oakhill Press, Jan 1, 2000 - Business & Economics - 242 pages
Competition among employers is fierce with many companies arguing that they have the best opportunities. The labor market has become a seller's market, with workers able to make their own choices about where they will work, how diligently they'll work and when they'll leave. "Employer of Choice" defines, clarifies and differentiates the term, concept and what really constitutes an Employer of Choice. This book is ground breaking, establishing a new category in the way these issues are addressed in the world of work. Aspects of being an Employer of Choice addressed in the book include the company, the culture, enlightened leadership, care of people, growth and opportunity, meaningful work, compensation and benefits, and making the world a better place.

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Herman and his wife Joyce are internationally known Certified Management Consultants and Prefessional futurists.

Gioia is an internatinally known certified management consultant, strategic business futurist and professional speaker.

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