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Talent management systems: best practices in technology solutions for recruitment, retention and workforce planning

By: Schweyer, Allan.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Canada John Wiley and Sons, Inc. 2004Description: xv, 253 p.ISBN: 9780470833685.Subject(s): Manpower planning - Computer network resources | Employees-Recruiting - Computer network resourcesDDC classification: 658.30285 Summary: Talent Management Systems explains the transformation web-based technologies have brought to workforce acquisition and management. It examines proves and leading-edge best practices that can improve your organization's ability to expertly attract, recruit, motivate, develop, and retain staff. And it reveals the tactics and strategies organizations can use to remain competitive in this arena including: Online recruiting, Building a career site on the corporate intranet, Specialized recruitment sites, Automated screening, sorting,and ranking of candidates, Building skill libraries and profiling competencies, Oneline assessment and testing, Selecting the right talent management system for the job, and choosing a TMS vendor, Outsourcing and Legal, ethical and fairness concerns in e-recruitment.
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Talent Management Systems explains the transformation web-based technologies have brought to workforce acquisition and management. It examines proves and leading-edge best practices that can improve your organization's ability to expertly attract, recruit, motivate, develop, and retain staff. And it reveals the tactics and strategies organizations can use to remain competitive in this arena including: Online recruiting, Building a career site on the corporate intranet, Specialized recruitment sites, Automated screening, sorting,and ranking of candidates, Building skill libraries and profiling competencies, Oneline assessment and testing, Selecting the right talent management system for the job, and choosing a TMS vendor, Outsourcing and Legal, ethical and fairness concerns in e-recruitment.

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