Recruiting Talented People

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ISBN: 9781912350988
AuthorCollins, Mary
Pub Date17/05/2021
SeriesYour Advisor
Quick overview Hiring the right people is the lifeblood of most organisations. Getting it wrong can be costly and detrimental to morale. The ‘war for talent’ is fierce, particularly within the professional sector, and growing businesses and organisations need a clear strategy to recruit and retain the brightest and the best. Traditional recruitment practices have changed with rapid advancements in technology and social media. The powerful generations now entering the workplace demand a new approach to attract, engage and retain them for longer. Written by an experienced expert in talent acquisition and organisation development, this innovative book is informed by interviews with thought leaders in the recruitment field and takes a structured approach to sourcing, hiring and inducting talented people. Its accessible style allows the reader to ‘dip in’ and select relevant advice depending on where they are in the hiring cycle.
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