Don't let talent go down the tube

Simms, Jane
October 2008
People Management;10/16/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 21, Special section p22
The article emphasizes the significance of assessment tools for recruiting new employees and retaining current ones. According to a study, poor selection and people management is costing British companies an average of £1,000 per employee annually. Such study showed that mistakes in personnel management is an expensive business. The author notes that assessment can help firms in attaining effective personnel management. She argues that assessment tools can influence the success or failure of a business.


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