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  • ISBN 0814450075
  • ISBN13 978-0814450079
  • Language English
  • Author Diane Arthur
  • Publisher AMACOM; 2nd edition (April 8, 1991)
  • Pages 350
  • Formats rtf lrf mobi azw
  • Category Business
  • Subcategory Human Resources
  • Size ePub 1416 kb
  • Size Fb2 1775 kb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 177

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Recruiting, Interviewing, and Selecting Employees.

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The primary focus of Recruiting, Interviewing, Selecting & Orienting New Employees, published first in 1986, then in 1991, again in 1998, and most recently in 2006, remains unaltered: It is still a comprehensive guide through the four stages of the employment process identified in th.

The primary focus of Recruiting, Interviewing, Selecting & Orienting New Employees, published first in 1986, then in 1991, again in 1998, and most recently in 2006, remains unaltered: It is still a comprehensive guide through the four stages of the employment process identified in the book’s title.

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Start by marking Recruiting, Interviewing, Selecting & Orienting New Employees as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. The book comes packed with a full complement of step-by-step guidelines, ready-to-use interview questions and scripts, forms and checklists, and other valuable hiring tools that will help get great employees on board quickly and effectively.

DIANE ARTHUR is president of Arthur Associates Management Consultants, Lt. a human resources development firm. She has more than 30 years of experience as a consultant, workshop leader, and lecturer, and is the author of several books on human resources management. Библиографические данные. Recruiting, Interviewing, Selecting and Orienting New Employees BusinessPro collection.

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Fountain_tenderness
This book wraps everything in to a nice bundle for HR personnel to recruit and hire employees. It is an easy read and discusses many useful topics. Although it does not relate to current laws, it does refer the reader to check on state laws to determine discrepancies in suggested methods.

I found the book so useful for an HR course, that I am now using it in the classroom.

M.C.
Molace
College Book Acquired!
Dilkree
Purchased this for a class as a former Recruiter this book was still helpful. This is probably the one and only book from class, I will use in the future. Very helpful
Riavay
This is a wonderful overview of pertinent topics in recruiting and retaining employees. I plan to use it as a required text book in some classes I teach at a local university.
Cordabor
Only ones that have these jobs are the ones that write the books. Never going to really learn unless one puts in the time in actual classroom setting.
Vrion
Lots of good information that will be helpful for current or future jobs positions! had to but this for class
Felolak
This book addresses what is arguably the most critical area in running any organization today. Without the right people on the team, employers will confront one costly problem after another. Bringing the best people on board the right way can make a tremendous difference in an organization's success. The answers await you in these pages.

As a reader of this review, you should know that I am a Certified Management Consultant who specializes in workforce and workplace issues. I am very much involved in the subjects addressed in this book and stay current in the field. I do not know the author.

I was impressed with the comprehensiveness and timeliness of this book's content. Looking with a critical eye, I found very little to change or add. The vital topics are well-covered, and the few things I may have added are not essential to the human resources practices involved in bringing the right people into organizations the right way.

Readers can gain a considerable amount of valuable knowledge reading this book from cover to cover. In fact, I would encourage business students at the graduate or undergraduate level to read this volume and become comfortable with the abundance of knowledge and wisdom offered in these pages. That said, this book will stand as an easy-to-use reference resource for human resource professionals and senior line managers and executives

The book is well-written, using language that makes it easy to read and easy to use. The 15 high-content chapters are supplemented by eight appendices providing forms for use in the recruiting-hiring process. The text includes guidelines, questions and scripts for interviews, checklists, and focused explanations. Summaries at the end of each chapter are followed by end-notes that will enable the reader to dig even deeper into a specific subject in the rare event that the chapter presentation hasn't covered it enough.

As you might expect, the Fourth (2006) Edition is current down to Sarbanes-Oxley and the latest in on-line recruiting. I'm often skeptical of books that carry the higher prices-this one is $49.95, but in this case I have no problem validating the cost-benefit of investing that kind of money...and probably a lot more.

A word to seasoned human resource professionals who think they have most-if not all-of the answers because they've been working in the field since it was called "Personnel:" You need this book. It's current, it's deep, and it's comprehensive. If you have not seen the previous editions, you will be blown away by the power of this book. Your incredibly busy schedule not withstanding, you'll find yourself investing time reading what Diane Arthur has to share about what's happening right now in your field.
Diane Arthur's 'Recruiting, Interviewing, Selecting & Orienting New Employees' is a must read! As she writes, "Recruiting, interviewing, selecting, and orienting new employees are specific skills. How well you practice these skills can directly affect many common organizational problems, such as turnover, employee morale, and absenteeism. By carefully implementing the methods described in this book, your organization can greatly improve its employer-employee relations and its level of productivity."
With revised, updated and newly added chapters, this book is a resource full of practical, straightforward samples and explanations of what works and doesn't work.
Highly recommended.