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Management article
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Reference no. U9812B
Authors: Daniel Penrice
Published by: Harvard Business Publishing
Published in: "Harvard Management Update", 1998

Abstract

The current economic uncertainty won''t necessarily ease the hiring crunch of the last couple of years. Many labor markets will stay tight at least through 1999. And as always, companies who are in front of the curve will land the best new employees. Planning ahead is essential; so is a willingness to explore alternative sources. In this article, HMU gathers expert advice from managers and hiring professionals on how to develop a hiring strategy.

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Abstract

The current economic uncertainty won''t necessarily ease the hiring crunch of the last couple of years. Many labor markets will stay tight at least through 1999. And as always, companies who are in front of the curve will land the best new employees. Planning ahead is essential; so is a willingness to explore alternative sources. In this article, HMU gathers expert advice from managers and hiring professionals on how to develop a hiring strategy.

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