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Smart Hiring

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ISBN-10: 1402209304

ISBN-13: 9781402209307

Edition: 5th 2007

Authors: Robert W. Wendover

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Learn how to build the most critical part of your business--your employees.Let Smart Hiring Take You to the Next Level!Finding and keeping the right employees is critical to the success of your company. But with the tangle of legal and practical issues involved, the hiring process is often littered with mistakes--mistakes that can cost you money, customers, and your reputation.Smart Hiring at the Next Level helps you sidestep the pitfalls that are tripping up the competition and shows you how to attract and hire the candidates who will put you on the road to success.Inside, you will learn:--Strategies for attracting the best candidates--How to write effective ads and recruiting…    
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Book details

List price: $19.99
Edition: 5th
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Sourcebooks, Incorporated
Publication date: 7/1/2007
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 304
Size: 6.75" wide x 8.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.232
Language: English

Introduction
Smart hiring for the 21st century
Why this book? To save you time and money!
Hiring the Best Employees
The changing workforce
The impact of employee turnover
The hiring survival checklist
Alternatives to recruiting
The Legal Requirements of Hiring
What laws apply
Common selection issues
Negligent hiring
Enforcement and recordkeeping
State requirements
Job Descriptions and Compensation
The importance of job descriptions
Job analysis and audit
Writing job descriptions
Determining compensation
Recruiting the Best
Recruiting as a hiring tool
The recruiting plan
Budgeting for recruiting
Internal recruiting and referrals
Identifying applicants' motivations
Enhancing organizational image
Exploring sources of labor
Locating external applicants
Creating an attractive job notice
Developing labor pools for the future
Family and Friends: Dealing with Nepotism
Nepotism in business
Devising a nepotism policy
Tips on screening family and friends
Evaluating Applications and Resumes
Resumes and applications: where should they be used
Electronic options for resume screening
Evaluating a resume effectively
Evaluating cover letters
Development and review of applications
Reception of electronic applications
Evaluating the whole package
Screening Applicants by Telephone
Getting off to a good start
The value of telephone screening
Interactive voice response programs
Preparing to screen by telephone
Conducting the screening
Evaluating callers
Take-Charge Interviewing
Detecting the winners
Establishing the process
Developing questions
Conducting the interview
Alternative interview strategies
Obtaining Reliable References
The importance of checking references
Conducting a reference check
Checking credentials
Employment Testing: Do's and Don'ts
Overview of testing issues
Paper and pencil testing
Selecting integrity tests
Polygraph screening
Genetic screening
Drug and alcohol screening
Performance-based testing
Medical screening
Landing Performers: Making the Right Offer
And the winner is
Notifying candidates
Negotiating offers and compensation
Sample Interview Questions
Federal Recordkeeping Requirements
Sample Compensation Plan
Recruiting Strategies
Resources
Index