Offers professionals advice on how to showcase their skills, and lists the four essential questions jobseekers should be able to answer to get any job
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The 'Headhunter Hiring Secrets' uses a step-by-step guide to tell you what the new rules are. This informative guide shows you how you can adapt to these new rules, and then shows you how to apply them to your advantage and get hired, fast!
Discusses the most effective ways to advertise a position, offers advice on interviewing and screening applicants, covers the legal issues for hiring and firing employees, and lists hundreds of online and printed resources
This tour around the elusive subject of executive search deals with Asia, a fast-growing and potentially economically powerful region. It provides a detailed, explanatory, objective study of headhunting in the region: how it works, who the major firms and individuals are, how to choose and use a search firm, and how to get headhunted.
For executives looking for quality positions in a highly competitive job market, this book offers an inside view of the workings of the recruiting business. Through informative, amusing anecdotes, the author, a VP at the world's largest executive search firm, gives an overview of the search process, including the hierarchy and structure in a search firm, backgrounds of executive search consultants, and the personalities and styles of headhunters. The book shows how to attract a headhunter's attention, using techniques that range from the subtle to the uncoventional, and how to handle the first meeting with a headhunter and negotiate the best deal.
- Author : Richard K. Irish
- Publisher : Garden City, N.Y. : Anchor Press
- Release Date : 1975
- Genre : Personnel management
- Pages : 221
- ISBN : UCSC:32106000972767
Strategic HRM has gained much attention and has become a topic of global discussion. Throughout the world, aligning the human resource with the need of the business has been the topic of discussion since quite some time. Looking into this aspect, Strategic HRM has been introduced as a subject in most of the management institutes more specifically in India. Keeping all these factors in view, the present book has been developed by the author considering the different aspects of Strategic HRM. The book aims to fulfill not only the need of MBA and MPM course, but also for the practitioners as a reference manual to successful implementation of Strategic HRM in their organisations. This book has been divided into eleven chapters.
• Specific tips and strategies at the end of each chapter • More than 50 true stories that illustrate the art of negotiating job offers • Worksheets for planning priorities and understanding the other side's before negotiating, analyzing how to propose various issues in the negotiation, and comparing multiple offers • A table on detecting lies • A list of the top 10 "don'ts" for negotiation
Explains how businesses can ensure that they hire the best people for the job, offering advice on how to conduct an interview, spot great leadership qualities in job candidates, and select an appropriate search firm.
A witty yet serious treatment of the fables and foibles of corporate life provides psychological profiles of corporate character types, analyzes how executives become incompetent, and portrays the corporate headhunter in pursuit of high-level quarry.
Getting the exact job you want with the company you want is either highly improbable or a cinch. It's highly improbable if you play by the old rules, a cinch if you play by the new rules and go about your task in the ways suggested by David Perry in Career Guide for the High-Tech Professional. If you're willing to look upon finding a job as a job unto itself, you're going to reap exceptional rewards from this book. It does not contain shortcuts, tricks, or anything unethical. But it does feature ultra-solid advice along with the rich details of landing the job of a lifetime. Career Guide for the High-Tech Professional is filled with job-finding wisdom and the actual things you must say in your cover letter, on your resume, and during your interviews. Nothing is left to chance. Every detail is covered.