The Art of recruiting

Peter Langford

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    Abstract

    Recruitment in small business has certain unique characteristics, with family and personal networks being the source of staff. The cost of recruiting is thus quite small. In contrast, large corporations want to receive as many applications as possible to choose the best candidates. Consequently, large amounts of time and money are spent on graduate recruitment programs, advertising, and using recruitment agents and head-hunters. Small businesses are advised not limit their recruitment efforts to family. A structured set of questions should be used during an interview. An assessment consultant should be hired to test candidates
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages49-
    Number of pages1
    VolumeM
    Specialist publicationMy business
    PublisherHallmark Editions
    Publication statusPublished - 1 May 2006

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