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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 24, 2002

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    Adding a new person to your team or department can be one of the most important decisions you must make on your job. Hiring the wrong person will not only cost you money in wasted time and lost productivity, but can be an emotional drain on you and others in the company. If you¿ve had to fill a job opening recently, you¿ve undoubtedly learned the hard way that it¿s not an easy task. You may spend a bundle of money and waste lots of valuable time just trying to find applicants ¿ and that¿ before you even start screening them. There are ways to facilitate this process. By better utilization of current sources and expanding into additional sources, you can attract more and better candidates. That¿s how successful companies keep becoming more successful. You can do it too. Finding candidates is only the beginning. You have to learn and apply the skills needed to screen and interview applicants to ensure that the person(s) you finally choose really can do the job. The Complete Idiot¿s Guide to Recruiting the Right Stuff will show you how. This book is not an academic treatise, but a pragmatic guide to recruiting and selection that can be immediately applied on the job. Read it to become acquainted with the many facets of this subject. . Keep this book handy to refer to when special problems arise.

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