Keepers. They are your best employees. They have the best ideas, execute business plans flawlessly, create a strong culture, and provide the highest value to your company. Keepers are by definition a rare breed-difficult to find and even harder to hold on to. Here, for the first time, Monster-the global leader in talent acquisition-reveals its proven program for recruiting and retaining high performing, talented employees who drive sustainable success. Drawing from original Monster data and research, and sharing wisdom from dozens of experts in hiring and recruitment, Finding Keepers shows how to harness the power of your employer brand to hire and hold the best people-from the first time a candidate hears your name until the day that person retires.
You'll see how to apply Monster's unparalleled Engagement Cycle program to: Build your hiring practices around the unique attributes of your organization Stay competitive in your home market or worldwide Attract skilled workers with an employer brand that communicates the values and mission of your company Get the best candidates to "buy" your company Understand the attitudes, behaviors, and future needs of the most productive employees Develop a great workplace to attract the right people and use those people to strengthen the culture, and then use the culture to hold on to them Packed with scores of practical tips that businesses of all sizes and industries can start applying immediately, Finding Keepers is your action guide to attracting, acquiring, and advancing the smart, capable people you need.
Buy Finding Keepers book by Steve Pogorzelski from Australia's Online Bookstore, Boomerang Books.
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Author Biography - Steve Pogorzelski
As EVP of Global Sales & Customer Development, Steve Pogorzelski is responsible for Monster sales and customer development in more than 40 countries worldwide. Jesse Harriott, Ph.D., Vice President of Global Monster Insights, pioneered the Monster Employment Index (MEI), the first measure of online recruitment activity now tracked in the United States and Europe. Doug Hardy has run Monster's publishing program since 2002 and is the coauthor (with Monster founder Jeff Taylor) of three books in the Monster Careers series.