Step by step, this hands on guide gives all companies the strategic weapons they need to meet the top challenge of today's hot economy.
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Competing For Talent, by human-resources consultant Nancy Ahlrichs, is a solid and accessible resource for anyone who recognizes that "people (not technology or products) are the key to organizational success, innovation, and profitability." Ahlrichs advocates becoming an Employer of Choice, or EOC, which charts "new strategic directions that put people in the profit equation." Although there is no one-size-fits-all approach to recruiting and retention, she outlines some of the tools and techniques already in use by others along with her own advice for embracing them. A lengthy Introduction examines profitability in a tight hiring market, and offers ways to document turnover costs and uncover its causes. Part One explores the tactics used by some successful EOCs, and presents specific ways to adapt them. Part Two focuses on recruiting, examining the processes and technologies involved as well as some underutilized sources for quality candidates. Part Three looks at retention, laying out tactics for lowering turnover that range from improving compensation and benefits to total cultural rehabilitation. A final section offers information specific to "information technology brainpower." --Howard RothmanFrom the Publisher:
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"In this pragmatic, comprehensive book, Nancy Ahlrichs guides the reader to the promised land of 21st century enterprises--the employer of choice organization. Money, methods, and products alone won't get you to the top. That requires certain kinds of employees. This book will help you find them and keep them." Philip Sutton Chard, President & CEO, National Employee Assistance Services, Inc.
"As an HR and Recruiting Director with a Fortune 100 designated Employer of Choice, I feel qualified to recommend this excellent publication to all leaders who want to 'get it right.' An inclusive, sensitive, caring, championing culture is what attracts and retains. Nancy Ahlrichs provides a blueprint to facilitating one." William H. Bagley, Human Resources and Recruiting Director, Deloitte & Touche
"EMMIS Communications has become an Employer of Choice and a 'destination' organization for talented employees by branding our culture and embracing other principles outlined by Nancy Ahlrichs. Her insights into the 21st century workplace will serve as a valuable resource for any company professional interested in attracting and keeping talented workers." Jeff Smulyan, Chairman & CEO, EMMIS Communications
"Ahlrichs presents a comprehensive, compelling and accessible framework to understand the economic and psychological realities and the hard work involved in winning the war for talent. Human resource leaders and their business partners will use this book to understand their current position, and to chart a course to assure that the best talent will work for them, and not their competition." Nancy Arnosti, Principal, Arnosti Consulting
"An important read for corporate America. The statistics Ahlrichs presents clearly depict the advantages for a company to become an Employer of Choice, including direct improvement to the bottom line financial performance." Jack Farnan, Vice President, Human Resources, Mitchell International
"A catalyst for creative thinking both about how to distinguish your organization in the mind of the recruit and create a culture that reduces the rate of costly and disruptive turnover." Martin Klaper, Partner, Labor and Employment Section, Ice Miller Donadio & Ryan
"The innovative recruitment and retention strategies presented in this book help connect employees to each other and to the organization. Employers of Choice know how to build a committed and productive working community." Patricia K. Felkins, Ph.D., author of "Community at Work: Creating and Celebrating Community in Organizational Life
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