November 1988
Journal of Personal Selling & Sales Management;Nov88, Vol. 8 Issue 3, p68
Academic Journal
This article focuses on publication related to recruiting and selection. The article is "A New Twist: Auditioning for a Job?" by Arthur Bragg, published in the July 1988 issue of the journal "Sales and Marketing Management." Many outplacement specialists who help terminated executives find new positions recommend the practice of auditioning. Auditioning is a trial period of employment, usually three to six months, at a company that provides regular pay-checks and opportunities aplenty for the needed skills.


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