Turning the page on recruitment woes (HR Manager's Bookshelf)

The Seven Hidden Reasons Employees Leave • Recruitment and Selection • How to Choose the Right Person for the Right Job Every Time • An Introduction to the Canadian Labour Market • The Insiders Guide to the Best Jobs on Bay Street • Human Resource Approved Job Interviews & Resumes
By Uyen Vu
|CHRR, Report on Recruitment & Staffing|Last Updated: 05/24/2005

When it comes to recruitment the best strategy is to avoid it. The first book reviewed here seeks to help employers get a handle on the real reasons staff resign. But since even the best workplaces have turnover, HR professionals will need to face reality and examine books on how to best recruit. And finally, there’s some insight from the jobseekers’ side of the recruitment process.

The Seven Hidden Reasons Employees Leave: How to Recognize the Subtle Signs and Act Before It’s Too Late

By Leigh Branham
238 pages, AMACOM (2005)
(212) 903-8316
www.amacombooks.org
ISBN 0-8144-0851-6