No Fail Hiring: Your Ultimate Guide to Selecting and Recruiting Top Players in a Troubled Economy

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This book is about helping business owners surround themselves with loyal, productive, and dedicated people who can share their passion for performance, profits, and purposes. It is a practical guide to select only real performers while avoiding potentially fatal legal trouble related to personnel selection. In the new job environment, hiring right is the number one challenge of any expansion-driven business owner. Written for small businesses, the book shows you exactly how to comply with the increasingly ...
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Overview

This book is about helping business owners surround themselves with loyal, productive, and dedicated people who can share their passion for performance, profits, and purposes. It is a practical guide to select only real performers while avoiding potentially fatal legal trouble related to personnel selection. In the new job environment, hiring right is the number one challenge of any expansion-driven business owner. Written for small businesses, the book shows you exactly how to comply with the increasingly drastic employment regulations and how to ensure that you do not attract troublemakers. It is amazingly easy to follow and is set up so you can easily identify what you need depending on the situation itself. The book is also a wonderful guide for human resource professionals as well as any person hiring employees. It has everything that you could need in making good decisions.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780979858673
  • Publisher: M2-TEC USA, Inc.
  • Publication date: 12/31/2011
  • Pages: 288
  • Sales rank: 494,972
  • Product dimensions: 6.30 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Meet the Author

Patrick Valtin has an MBA from the University of Southern California (1985). He is a founding member of the Advisory Board for the Hubbard College of Administration International, Los Angeles CA. His professional experience with US and European corporations plus his early background as a salesman (started at the age of fifteen) gave him a strong taste for down-to-earth management principles that can be applied by pragmatic business owners around the world. He has traveled in more than thirty countries over the last twenty years and has trained more than 85,000 people in the areas of recruitment, sales, marketing, human resources development, organization, and leadership. His customers and seminar attendees have come from all industries, from growing businesses to multinational corporations (USPS, Ford Motors, GM, BMW, Renault, Mercedes, Toyota, Motorola, AIG, IBM, Remax, Century 21, ATT Canon, France Telecom, Hotels Accor, etc.).
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