- Hiring, Retaining. Wissink, Jeff // Sales & Service Excellence;Mar2012, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p16
The article discusses the factors which should be considered while hiring an employee including defining the job requirements, determining the type of employee for the position and evaluating potential candidates.
- Take Training Into Your Own Hands. // TeamWork;Nov2010, Vol. 17 Issue 10, p3
The article presents tips for low-budget training that include finding a mentor, thinking locally, and initiating a team library.
- Qualification innovation. Goddard, Fay // Money Marketing;5/6/2010, p26
In this article, the author offers views on employees' qualification.
- No shortage of lies on job applications. // Healthcare Risk Management;Nov2007, Vol. 29 Issue 11, p124
The article reports on the benefits of background checks on applicants to healthcare employers to verify their qualifications.
- Attitude more valued than ability. Flynn, Gillian // Personnel Journal;Sep94, Vol. 73 Issue 9, p16
Reports on the results of a survey on employers' preference for attitude over ability as a necessary job skill. Respondents ranking work ethic as most important factor when hiring an administrative employee; Employees' work motivation; Willingness to take responsibility; Effectiveness in team...
- Training and assessment are different things. Woodgate, Michael // Motor Transport;4/22/2013, p22
The author reflects on the difference between training and assessment and he states that work-based training funded by the government helps employees to achieve job qualifications but if an employee has those qualifications then the employee should be subsidised from taxes.
- How to uncover employees' hidden talents. // HR Specialist;Jan2015, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p5
The article offers tips on how to uncover the hidden talents of employees which include looking beyond the labels, giving employees another chance and reviewing their credentials.
- 1-Minute Strategies. // HR Specialist;Jan2015, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p5
The article offers tips for employee selection including checking their skills, praising new hires in first weeks and inviting a new employee out for lunch on the first day with another co-worker.
- YOUR NAME'S NOT DOWN -- SO YOU'RE NOT COMING IN! BALLARD, JAMES // Recruiter;Aug2015, p19
The article argues the need to use preferred supplier list (PSL) for employee recruitment in order to bring the best talent in the industry.