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Author: Mel Kleiman,Brent Kleiman
ISBN13: 978-1893214040
Title: Recruit Smarter, Not Harder
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Publisher: HTG Press (April 2002)
Pages: 178

Recruit Smarter, Not Harder by Mel Kleiman,Brent Kleiman

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So let's talk about recruiting smarter rather than harder, making the best possible group for what you want to do in the game regardless of how many people you have. Decide what you want from the group (independent of friend invitations). If you're worried about recruiting, the odds are good-to-absolute that you are an officer. It's a quick way to have cliques and shadow guilds forming, because Mike will recruit his friends who are doing what Mike wants and Todd will recruit the same, and you wind up with half of the guild following Mike's lead and half of it following Todd's lead.

When recruiting and retaining employees affects you core business, it is time to look at you system. As the demand for hourly employees reaches record highs, businesses must evaluate their approach to recruitment and retention. To attract the top-quality employees you need you must to after them just as persistently, proactively and creatively as you do new customers. This books provides a proven step-by-step approackt to attracting the best hourl employees to you organiztion. If you need hourly employees this is a must read.
Reviews: 2
This book is an extremely easy read, and actually may be too simple for the average business professional. It reads like an elementary textbook. That said, it presents good concepts in an easy to understand format. The book covers basic recruiting, and targets someone new to the concept of recruiting as a marketing skill.
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Have you read Eli Goldratt's "The Goal?" How about other business novels that read like a story, but teach valuable business lessons? "Recruit Smarter, Not Harder" is one of those instructive tales. The lesson is about recruiting the best hourly employees, a message that is vital to today's employers. The setting is a grocery retailer, but could easily apply to any organization employing hourly workers.
The key to success today is recruiting, hiring, and retaining top talent. Competition for top talent will intensify as the economy heats up again, so now is the time to learn the lessons of this book . . . and apply them. Human resources professionals, small company owners, managers, and supervisors will all benefit from this quick read.
There are many lessons in this book including "A Marketing Approach to Recruiting, Jobseeker Profiles, Job Analysis, Attracting Applicants, Sources of Applicants, and Managing Turnover. Appendices on the authors' Magnetic Company philosophy and tactics add value to the book, as do the summaries at the end of each chapter.
Lots of helpful, practical knowledge packed into a story that's easy and enjoyable to read. The lessons almost sneak up on you as you read the interesting tale. Good balance between fiction and moral.