March 1989
Journal of Personal Selling & Sales Management;Spring89, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p62
Academic Journal
The article presents information on a recent paper on employees' recruitment and selection. The paper "Employees Are Your Best Recruiters," published in the recent issue of the Personnel Journal suggests that employees can be cost effective recruiting tool. Compared to employment advertising and recruitment agencies, employee recruitment referrals can save thousands of dollars.


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