Just-in-Time Hiring

Steckerl, Shally
May 2006
Leadership Excellence;May2006, Vol. 23 Issue 5, p9
Discusses the use of just-in-time hiring strategy by organizational leaders to meet fast-changing talent acquisition demands. Basis for just-in-time hiring strategy; Types of talent in recruitment; Way to scale recruitment as needed based just-in-time hiring requirements; Role of specialized recruiters and researchers in the hiring process.


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