- RECRUITMENT PARADE. Hadaway, Laverne // Employee Benefits;Jun2003, p42
Reports on large recruitment costs and lengthy vacancy voids that force human resource executives to improvise on employee benefits packages. Emergence of the concept of sign on bonus; Attraction of employees through voluntary benefits such as vouchers for childcare, retail purchase, eye and...
- Top Five Retention/Recruitment Perks. // Management Review;Mar2000, Vol. 89 Issue 3, p6
Presents the top five fringe benefits that can attract and retain employees according to a poll by Ceridian Employer Services. Casual address; Flexible hours; Free food and beverages.
- Q: What is your biggest employee recruitment issue and why? Creelman, J. R. // Aftermarket Business;Mar2006, Vol. 116 Issue 3, p8
The article presents the answer of a reader to a question about employee recruitment. He believes that wage is important to attract qualified people and that there is a need to educate service providers not to be scared to properly charge for their parts and services. Counterpersons must help...
- A Study of Global Staffing Systems in Iranian Organizations. Noruzi, Mohammad Reza; Westover, Jonathan H. // International Proceedings of Economics Development & Research;2011, Vol. 12, p311
This paper aims to discuss the benefits and obstacles of global staffing systems, and provide a general Iranian labor review, and discuss effective IHRM staffing in the Iranian context.
- hr benchmarker. // Personnel Today;3/13/2007, p62
The article presents information related to employment in Russia. In Russia, recruitment practices take place by advertisement, through the Federal Service for Labour and Employment, and via professional recruitment agencies. A flat rate of 13% applies to salary received by taxable residents....
- Motivate staff with e-learning. Naish, Richard // e.learning age;Mar2004, p18
Looks at the advantages of including electronic learning in a company's remuneration package when recruiting and retaining employees. Reasons for employers to provide employee training and development; Implication for recruitment; Challenges for e-learning.
- Larger reward functions need better resourcing. Cotton, Charles // Employee Benefits;Jan2008, p22
The author reflects on the increase in the workload of most reward functions in Great Britain. He said that the 2008 Reward management survey conducted by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) shows that there is a growth in the workload of most reward functions, however...
- Finding Good People. von Harz, John // Electrical Wholesaling;Jun2008, Vol. 89 Issue 6, p74
The article highlights several remedies to solve labor shortage. One of these is to expand the number of qualified employees. Another key in working against a labor shortage is to consider a reliable retirement program which includes a clear and detailed job descriptions to prevent misleading...
- More News Online. // HR Magazine;May2007, Vol. 52 Issue 5, p22
The article offers news briefs relating to personnel management. A majority of employers are relying more on the benefits they offer as a way to recruit and retain workers. A gap in the leadership pipeline is a leading challenge for organizations, according to a study. Former Labor Secretary Ray...