Success for Hire: Simple Strategies to Find and Keep Outstanding Employees

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ASTD Press, 2008 - Business & Economics - 156 pages
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The Recruiting Animal Award Winner 2008 for Best Book!It's coming: as early as 2010, the baby boomers will start retiring en masse, and employers large and small will be facing a nationwide "brain drain."Will you be ready?The time to address your hiring issues is now. Many of the best practices for recruitment and retention aren't complicated it's all just a matter of setting priorities and following a concrete process that will avoid poor hiring decisions and increased turnover.Success For Hire provides such a process. You'll learn from experts who have discovered what works and what doesn't, and you can benefit from case studies about companies who have successfully transformed their hiring processes.With these practical tools and cutting-edge strategies to guide you, you can eliminate guesswork from the hiring process. Your organization can minimize the "turnover treadmill" and be solidly competitive when others are scrambling to find talent."

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Reading Alexandra Levit's writing is like talking with a good friend. Her style is friendly, upbeat, and involving, and she has a knack for gleaning the best experiences from renowned experts and delivering their methods in ready-to-use formats.Levit's track record in the world of career advice includes authorship of several career-development books and a nationally syndicated column. Recognized as an expert on managing "The Millennial Generation," she is regularly featured in major newspapers and on TV, as well as on MSN, Yahoo!, and NPR.As president of her own career consulting firm, Inspiration@Work, Levit works with organizations ranging from Campbell Soup to the Federal Reserve. She is a frequent speaker at universities and communicates regularly with followers on her own website and blog.

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