The Art of Recruiting

Fidler, John
September 2012
Pennsylvania CPA Journal;Fall2012, Vol. 83 Issue 3, p1
The article offers tips on how to recruit employees responsibly. It discusses the difficulty of hiring an employee given the state of the economy and job market as well as explains how making a hire is considered as a strategic decision that will impact the success of the department and the company. It suggests to perform an effective interviewing, assess candidates' interest toward the position specifically being offered, and manage the timeline of the hiring process.


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