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HR: Tips on Recruitment and On-Boarding

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Stephen Johnston, David Hobbs
What Stephen Johnston, Senior Partner, Leadership and Talent Consulting from Korn Ferry recommends as the best way to assess cultural fit, values and work ethics. He also explains how to optimize the workforce by identifying the high performers in top impact roles; what importance should be placed on internal identification of candidates for open positions; how to effect faster on-boarding without compromising on other factors and the role mentoring plays in on-boarding.

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David Hobbs, HR Consultant from Oracle exploring what the technology trends are in recruitment and on-boarding and what the hot new areas of cloud, mobility, dashboards, social networking and business intelligence mean for HR professionals.

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The HR team at Hyatt Hotels discussing how this leading hotel chain manages their employees, some of the processes employed and the technology solutions they have implemented to manage their recruitment and on-boarding.
Aug 10 2012
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HR: Tips on Recruitment and On-Boarding
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