Beyond Hiring

Albarado, Kathy
January 2010
Leadership Excellence;Jan2010, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p16
The article discusses steps to create a better culture for hiring practices and increase retention. It states that recruitment managers need to exert time and energy to assimilate new hirees and assume and share responsibility for assimilation and retention. They should also coordinate with human resources (HR) to make sure that new employees have understood clearly performance expectations and receive the resources they needed.


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