The Baby Boomers are at it again. After years of leading the way on various trends, many Boomers are about to stir things up again as they head into the next stage of their lives-retirement. Currently, the property management profession hasn't had trouble finding candidates for entry-level and junior management positions, said Nashville-based recruiter Chris Sprehe, president of Christopher Group Executive Search. Recruiting challenges overall, including filling the entry-level positions, will likely worsen. Sprehe notes US Bureau of Labor statistics reporting that by 2010 there will be 10 million more jobs requiring specific skills than there are people who have those skills. One way to make sure that employees have the right qualifications to move up is through training, which acts both as a recruiting and a retention tool. Finally, one last strategy for recruiting talent is to do it often and early.
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