Winning the Hiring Game: Smart Interviewing and Effective Reference Checking are Vital to Survival in the '90s
Paperback: 174 pages
Publisher: Smith Collins (1992)
Edward Andler claims that dishonesty in the job market is rampant because employers have created the impression that it's safe to lie when looking for a job. He contends that employers' fear of background screening is allowing poor performers into the workplace and is having an adverse impact on America's economic strength.
In Winning the Hiring Game, Andler offers readers practical advice on effective background and reference checking. He attempts to allay employers' fears by explaining how the law favors companies when it comes to reference checking and interviewing.
The book is loaded with sample forms, lists of questions, and illustrations on this complex subject. The four sections of the book follow a natural progression; part one identifies the problem; part two gives a legal and regulatory background; part three gives advice on how employers can stay in control of the hiring process; and part four gives details on successful techniques. The appendix contains samples of actual reference reports sent to major companies.
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