Manager's Corner

Harris, Laura
November 2008
LabTalk;Nov/Dec2008, Vol. 36 Issue 23G, p46
Trade Publication
The article describes mistakes committed by employers when recruiting their staff. Lou Adler, author of "Hire With Your Head," criticizes employers who make decisions based on emotional reactions or out of desperation due to waiting until they need someone to assist them. He notes that when these situation occur, a tremendous amount of stress is added on everyone involved.


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