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									Employee Hiring Books

Hiring the Best: The Fast Track Guide to Win by Effective Interviewing, Recruiting, Hiring and Keeping the Best People (Paperback)
by Nick White (Author) Book Reviews Book Description Great Process to Hire the Best. Computers and equipment are wonderful tools, but people make the difference. Hiring the Best makes it clear just how valuable it is to hire and work with the best. The mistakes you will avoid make the investment very valuable. Hiring the Best provides you with a process that reduces trial and error in recruiting a lot, but still ensures that you will be able to hire the best. You will be very impressed with this book. It is one of the few books that goes beyond the current best practice to establish a new and higher standard, you‟ll wish that you had had this book available years ago. Highly recommended to anyone who wants to improve hiring practices and remove a huge piece of the risk. This book guides you to how to perform a truly in-depth hiring process and interview for candidates. The process will allow you and your company to select the best candidates for key positions. You will be able to use the materials shown here as an outstanding tool, giving you insight into the candidates experience, performance history, and growth allowing you to determine what they are capable of today and in the future. This will, in short, let you go from hoping your next hire works out to being confident your next hire will be a star. Before you make your next hire, use this book.

Hiring an Employee (Pocket Mentor) (Paperback)
by Hbsp (Author) 1.Book Reviews Book Description

Your hiring decisions can make or break your team. Hire the right employees, and your team‟s performance will soar. Bring the wrong ones on board, and you‟re likely to see productivity and morale plummet. How to hire right? Understand and master the many steps in the hiring process. This book helps you get started. You’ll discover how to: • Identify the skills and personal qualities needed in a new hire • Recruit a diverse pool of qualified candidates • Prepare for and effectively conduct a job interview • Make a job offer correctly About the Author The Pocket Mentor Series offers immediate solutions to common challenges managers face on the job every day. Each book in the series is packed with handy tools, self-tests, and real life examples to help you identify your strengths and weaknesses and hone critical skills.

Hiring Success: The Art and Science of Staffing Assessment and Employee Selection (Pfeiffer Essential Resources for Training and HR Professionals) (Paperback)
by Steven Hunt (Author) 1.Book Reviews Review “Hiring Success will prove to be a useful handbook and reference guide to HR professionals seeking to better understand and utilize employee selection and assessment tools.” —Adam Malamut, vice president, human resources, Marriott International “Dr. Hunt‟s book is the perfect combination of decision science and management practice. If you are interested in successful hires you must read this book.” —Jac Fitz-enz, Ph.D., CEO, Human Capital Source “Dr. Hunt clearly illustrates the critical contribution of improved employee selection methods to the achievement of strategic business goals.” —Ann Gowdey, manager, assessment and development, United Technologies Corporation, Learning and Development “It is simply a useful toolkit filled with helpful suggestions. . . it will make the process a lot smoother in the long-run!”

—Maggie Ricketts, PHR, director, recruitment & administration, Luxottica Retail “A book that is both accessible and scientifically rigorous, an excellent resource for both students and practitioners of HR.” —Donald Truxillo, professor of Industrial Organizational Psychology, Portland State University, fellow, Society for Industrial & Organizational Psychology (SIOP) “Strikes a superb and much needed balance between the complexities of assessments and the practical application and effectiveness they offer as a selection tool.” —Paul Riddle, organizational and leadership development manager, Southeastern Freight Lines “Hiring Success is a must read for anyone interested in creating a hiring process that is both sound and maximally effective. An excellent reference for using assessments to achieve measurable business results.” —Charles Handler, Ph.D. PHR, president, Rocket-Hire Inc. “Full of useful nuggets, this book helps guide businesses of all kinds. . . . Ensures what you measure aligns with your business objectives and culture.” —Vito Romano, director of employee development, Costco Inc. Book Description Hiring Success is a comprehensive guide for using staffing assessments to hire the best employees. Research-based, but written in easy-to-understand terms, the book explains what staffing assessments are, why they work, and how to use them. Hiring Success is an important resource for improving the accuracy and efficiency of hiring selection decisions and effectively incorporating assessments into any company‟s staffing process.

Hiring the Best Person for Every Job, Participant Workbook (Paperback)
by DeAnne Rosenberg (Author) 1.Book Reviews Book Description Hiring the Best Person for Every Job is a comprehensive workbook designed to help you learn the skills you need to effectively interview and hire new employees. This comprehensive resource will show you-no matter how inexperienced you may be in the interview process-how to turn a personal interview into an accurate predictor of future job performance. Step-by-step the guide shows you how to thoroughly prepare for an interview. From the Back Cover What‟s the latest word on hiring? Resumes are far less important than you thought they

were-and you can learn far more from “body language” than you ever thought possible. Hiring the Best Person for Every Job is a comprehensive workbook designed to help you learn the skills you need to effectively interview and hire new employees. This comprehensive resource will show you-no matter how inexperienced you may be in the interview process-how to turn a personal interview into an accurate predictor of future job performance. Step-by-step the guide shows you how to thoroughly prepare for an interview and • Analyze the basic responsibilities of the position • Determine the manager‟s performance expectations regarding the pre-determined responsibilities • Pinpoint the skills, knowledge, experience, attributes, and competencies needed to meet those performance expectations • Generate appropriate questions which, when answered, will provide solid evidence of a candidate‟s qualification • Design and use a structured format-the Master Match Matix-that will support an effective interview evaluation process. Author DeAnne Rosenberg highlights each of the book‟s techniques with several examples that include typical conversational exchanges and she features explanations of how and when a particular technique should be used. Hiring the Best for Every Job also contains illustrative examples of actual interviewing dialogue, some with commentary on the interviewer‟s errors and the candidate‟s body language. Hiring the Best Person for Every Job offers you a logical, intelligent, repeatable, and easy-to-use strategy that guarantees impeccable results time after time.

Hiring The Best Knowledge Workers, Techies & Nerds: The Secrets & Science Of Hiring Technical People (Paperback)
by Johanna Rothman (Author) 1.Book Reviews Review “. . . practical, pragmatic advice on finding and hiring the right person.” — Esther Derby, President, Esther Derby Associates, Inc. “This clear and comprehensive book joins Peopleware and The Mythical Man Month as must-reads for technical managers.” — Joel Spolsky, Founder, Fog Creek Software “a humane, yet tough-minded approach to hiring. Any technical manager who wants to hire well will be thankful for it.” — James Bach, CEO, Satisfice, Inc.

Book Description Good technical people are the foundation on which successful high technology organizations are built. Establishing a good process for hiring such workers is essential. Unfortunately, the generic methods so often used for hiring skill-based staff, who can apply standardized methods to almost any situation, are of little use to those charged with the task of hiring technical people. Unlike skill-based workers, technical people typically do not have access to cookie-cutter solutions to their problems. They need to adapt to any situation that arises, using their knowledge in new and creative ways to solve the problem at hand. As a result, one developer, tester, or technical manager is not interchangeable with another. This makes hiring technical people one of the most critical and difficult processes a technical manager can undertake. Hiring the Best Knowledge Workers, Techies & Nerds: The Secrets & Science of Hiring Technical People takes the guesswork out of hiring and diminishes the risk of costly hiring mistakes. With the aid of step-by-step descriptions and detailed examples, you‟ll learn how to * write a concise, targeted job description * source candidates * develop ads for mixed media * review résumés quickly to determine Yes, No, or Maybe candidates * develop intelligent, nondiscriminatory, interview techniques * create fool-proof phone-screens * check references with a view to reading between the lines * extend an offer that will attract a win-win acceptance or tender a gentle-but-decisive rejection * and more You, your team, and your organization will live with the long-term consequences of your hiring decision. Investing time in developing a hiring strategy will shorten your decision time and the ramp-up time needed for each new hire.

Hiring and Keeping the Best People (Paperback)
by Harvard Business School Press (Compiler) 1.Book Reviews Book Description Harvard Business Essentials Your Guide and Mentor to Doing Business Effectively In the faced-paced world of business today, everyone needs a personal resource-a place to go for advice, coaching, background information, or answers. Bosses and colleagues aren‟t always available when you need them-and they might not always have the most

reliable solutions to your business problems right at hand. The Harvard Business Essentials series fills the gap. Concise and straightforward, these books provide highly practical advice for readers at all levels of experience. Whether you are a new manager interested in expanding your skills or an experienced executive looking to stay on top, these solution-oriented books give you the reliable tips and tools you need to improve your performance and get the job done. Harvard Business Essentials titles will quickly become your constant companions and the trusted guides you‟ll turn to throughout your business career. Hiring and Keeping the Best People In today‟s ever changing business environment, hiring an all-star workforce and keeping it in place is a challenge for any organization. With an overview on topics such as recruiting the right people, cultivating the right culture, avoiding employee burnout, and calculating employee turnover, this book offers managers a clear understanding of how to hire more effectively and increase retention. Packed with hands-on tips and tools, this helpful guide provides actionable and practical advice for managers and human resource professionals alike. About the Author Harvard Business Essentials The Reliable Source for Busy Managers The Harvard Business Essentials series is designed to provide comprehensive advice, personal coaching, background information, and guidance on the most relevant topics in business. Drawing on rich content from Harvard Business School Publishing and other sources, these concise guides are carefully crafted to provide a highly practical resource for readers with all levels of experience. To assure quality and accuracy, each volume is closely reviewed by a specialized content adviser from a world class business school. Whether you are a new manager interested in expanding your skills or an experienced executive looking for a personal resource, these solution-oriented books offer reliable answers at your fingertips.

Hiring Smart!: How to Predict Winners and Losers in the Incredibly Expensive People-Reading Game (Paperback)
by Pierre Mornell (Author) 1.Book Reviews Review “Authoritative, beautifully designed…what distinguishes HIRING SMART is Mornell‟s understanding of the layers of tension and insecurity that riddle the hiring process.”

Book Description People are the most valuable asset in today‟s fiercely competitive workplace. In HIRING SMART, now available in paperback for the first time, Dr. Mornell delineates 45 simple strategies for “people reading”—observing a candidate‟s behavior and predicting what they‟ll be like in the workplace—that virtually guarantee hiring the best possible candidate for any job.

Hiring the Best: Manager’s Guide to Effective Interviewing and Recruiting, Fifth Edition (Paperback)
by Martin Yate (Author) 1.Book Reviews Book Description Employees are a company‟s number one asset. Yet poor hiring selection can sabotage productivity, morale and the bottom line. With Hiring the Best, 5th edition, managers and HR personnel can direct every interview their way, and obtain the information they need to take the best possible choice. This new edition includes: 400 questions to interview candidates A new section on electronic recruitment A revised resource section Updates on new laws and guidelines influencing hiring practices About the Author Martin Yate C.P.C. is also the author of the bestseller Knock „Em Dead. His previous position include National Director of Training for Dunhill Personnel System, Inc.


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