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Like a magician revealing the inside secrets to the public, "Hiring Greatness" invites the reader behind the scenes of one of the worlds’ most profitable and secretive industries to explain - in intimate detail - how any organization can learn to make the same types of hiring decisions that bought Yahoo! $3.8 million dollars of market value an hour! You can receive advance notice of its publishing by signing up to the right.
Need to build a high performance 'team' efficiently? Take a look at two novel hiring methods - the acqui-hire and the lift-out. Familiarize you with the pros and cons of both the acqui-hire and the lift-out before crafting your next talent acquisition plan..
Executive recruiting: Every investment must be measured by the return produced. Too often business owners view the acquisition of staff as a simple process of expansion. But the acquisition of key players is an investment like any other, one which should have a demonstrative Return On Investment which clearly justified the effort and cost involved.
After all the effort and expense an organization goes through to acquire and develop top talent, how do you ensure your Key Performers remain for the long run -- that they don't get raided or head for greener pastures? At Perry-Martel, we've learned what it takes to keep A-Players by talking to them. We've identified ten essential keys derived from three fundamental management principles: Challenge; Communication; and Compensation. Originally published in Human Resources IQ
Top 10 Reasons to use Perry-Martel International for Your Next Leadership Search 10. You Deserve a Performance Based
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You can't go to University to study Executive Search. Until that day comes and without a certification requirement, the standards of practice and code of conduct are only what any one individual firm deems them to be.
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