The Price of Quality

Konnerth, Ted
September 2008
Electrical Wholesaling;Sep2008, Vol. 89 Issue 9, p63
Trade Publication
The article discusses several challenges in hiring quality candidates for employment in the businesses in the U.S. One of these challenges is the talent pool since the number of qualified candidates and the percentage of them willing to make a move have decreased rapidly. Other challenges include the relocation issues, poor hiring practices, and unrealistic qualifications.


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